The NAWJN has organised several workshops and seminars for judges. Some of these were modelled on the IAWJ’s Jurisprudence of Equality (JEP) Project. The seminars were organised to teach members to achieve gender-sensitive judicial interpretations and applications of the provisions of the 1999 Nigerian Constitution (as amended) and other legislation.
The International Association of Women Judges – IAWJ is an Article 501 (c)(3) Non–Governmental Organization and an NGO in “special consultative” status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations Organization (UNESCO). The National Association of Women Judges, Nigeria is the Nigeria chapter of the Association.
NAWJN has also organized various conferences and successfully executed the sextortion programme all over the country to propagate the jurisprudence of sextortion as an indictable offence punishable under our laws. Sextortion is a form of sexual exploitation that employs non-physical forms of coercion to extort sexual favours from the victim.