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Gustavo Jalkh

President

Judicial council of Ecuador

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Background Information

Employment History

Justice Minister

Ecuadorean American Association


Minister of Justice

7th UN Human Rights Council


Web References(19 Total References)


UN Acts on Women Rights - Kamilia Lahrichi | Kamilia Lahrichi

www.kamilialahrichi.com [cached]

Notwithstanding that gender-based violence does not come from a particular region, Dr. Gustavo Jalkh, President of the Judicial council of Ecuador, shed light on the correlation between violence against women and the prevalence of machismo cultures in patriarchal societies of Latin America as well as the Middle East.
"Men's fear is the source of violence against women," he said.


Villagran Lara Lawyers

www.villagranlara.com [cached]

Gustavo Jalkh, president of the Judicial Council, said the organization Human Rights Watch "does not defend human rights, does not live for human rights and lives of human rights reports with political bias.
He reproached the entity becomes a judge of judges. "Who appointed Human Rights Watch as trial judges to judge what our judges do? He asked. Gustavo Jalkh responds to "sit" the Pichincha Bar Association as a political act "to heat the streets" (AUDIO) The president of the Judicial Council, Gustavo Jalkh said that "inexplicable and without any foundation" so the leader of the Bar Association of Pichincha, José Alomía, has called for a sit-in in front of the civilian units of Quito. According Jalkh, the demands of this union are based on political aspect and, therefore, lack the technical underpinnings.


Violence Against Women in Latam - Kamilia Lahrichi | Kamilia Lahrichi

www.kamilialahrichi.com [cached]

During the UN conference, Dr Gustavo Jalkh, President of the Judicial Council of Ecuador, pointed to the role of machismo in Latin America's patriarchal societies.
"Machismo creates the unacceptable abuse in the domination of women," he said. "Men's fear is the root of violence against women," yet, "men no longer need to be afraid". He noted that Ecuador was the second most equal country in the region. In 2013, the country created a social unit to take care of victims of gender-based violence. "As long as violence against women exists, these judicial units will be essential," explained Dr Jalkh. "Without dignity there is no justice," he said. In addition, he warned against the many voices against gender equality in the region and highlighted the need to further raise awareness of this crucial issue.


www.thepanamericanpost.com

According to El Universo , Judicial Council President Gustavo Jalkh has lashed out at the report as well, accusing its sponsors of having hidden motives.


Embajada de Ecuador – Washington, DC » 2013 » November

www.ecuador.org [cached]

Gustavo Jalkh
President, Judiciary Council of Ecuador The Inter-American Dialogue is pleased to host a discussion with Gustavo Jalkh, president of Ecuador's newly established Judiciary Council, on the country's recent judicial reform effort. The session will take place on Monday, November 18th from 3:00 to 4:30 PM at the Inter-American Dialogue (1211 Connecticut Ave NW, Suite 510). Please note that this event will be held in Spanish. Simultaneous English language translation will be made available. Jalkh, who was selected to head the Judiciary Council in January of this year after having served as Minister of Government and Minister of Justice in the Correa administration, will talk about the recent changes in Ecuador's judiciary. He will highlight the steps that have been taken to date, and the challenges that remain.


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