This manual provides strategies for creating, implementing, and institutionalizing task forces on gender bias in the courts. It provides information on data collection, dissemination, how to implement and monitor reforms, and more.
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Educating the Judiciary about Gender Bias: NJEP and the NJ Supreme Court Task Force on Women in the CourtsPublished in the Women's Rights Law Reporter in 1986, this article examines the efforts of our National Judicial Education Program (NJEP) to make understanding gender bias an integral part of American judicial education.
Incorporated as a non-profit on March 16, 1970, we were started by the founders and earliest members of the National Organization of Women (NOW) to help eliminate sex discrimination through legal action and education.