Gender Parity in International Legal Bodies: Are We there yet?

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https://doi.org/10.25267/Paix_secur_int.2022.i10.1204

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Publicado: 03-10-2022
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La paridad de género en los órganos jurídicos internacionales: ¿objetivo conseguido?

Este artículo analiza los diferentes tipos de normas dirigidas a lograr una composición equilibrada de género de los órganos internacionales con competencias jurídicas, la evolución reciente en la composición de dichos órganos desde una perspectiva de género y la relación entre las normas mencionadas y dicha evolución, principalmente teniendo en cuenta el Informe del Consejo de Derechos Humanos sobre los niveles actuales de representación de las mujeres en los órganos y mecanismos de derechos humanos, de 2021. El estudio diferencia entre las normas de hard y soft law en relación a la igualdad de género y las normas que regulan los procedimientos de nominación y elección de los miembros de estos órganos. El objetivo final es extraer conclusiones sobre la naturaleza y eficacia de los diferentes conjuntos de normas, proponiendo una doble estrategia para avanzar. Sin duda, la ya larga vida del debate social y jurídico en la academia y la creciente práctica estatal e internacional hacen imposible el retroceso. Si bien se han cosechado frutos, ese necesario desarrollar nuevas herramientas legales que permitan generar nuevos resultados.

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Petit de Gabriel, E. W. (2022). Gender Parity in International Legal Bodies: Are We there yet?. PEACE & SECURITY-PAIX ET SÉCURITÉ INTERNATIONALES (EuroMediterranean Journal of International Law and International Relations), (10). https://doi.org/10.25267/Paix_secur_int.2022.i10.1204

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