International Association of Judges (IAJ)
Union internationale des magistrats (UIM)
Unión Internacional de Magistrados
Internationale Vereinigung der Richter
Unione Internazionale dei Magistrati
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1953-09-06 Salzburg Austria
Founded by representatives of Austria, Brazil, France, Germany FR, Italy and Luxembourg, following a decision taken at a congress, 1952, Venice (Italy). New statutes adopted 16 Oct 1965, Vienna (Austria); entered into force 1 Mar 1966; most recently amended 2012, Washington DC (USA).
Defend the independence of the judiciary, as an essential requirement of the judicial function and guarantee of human rights and freedom; protect constitutional and moral position of the judiciary; promote exchange of cultural relations; organize and intensify cordial relations among judges of different countries.
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Central Council (meets annually); Presidency Committee; General Secretariat. Study Commissions (4), each composed of President and 2 Vice-Presidents. Regional Groups (4): Europe ( E-XD5965 - European Association of Judges (EAJ)); Iberoamerica; Africa; Asia, North America and Oceania.
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