Biyearly since 2014, the Women and Democracy Association (KADEM) organizes an “International Women and Justice Summit” in the week including November 25, which is the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women.
The objective of the International Women and Justice Summit is to address matters related to women, family and society within a global context, detect problems, and proposes solutions.
Its mission is to strengthen the family, which is the basic unit of society, and create an international platform where gender-related discrimination against women is addressed in all of its aspects.
The vision of the summit is to support democratic reforms touching on the socio-cultural, economic and political life of women and steer social issues.
The Women and Justice Summit is held with the participation of many national and international ministers, representatives of non-governmental organizations, academicians, public- and private-sector representatives, deputies, newspeople and people from the business and art world. In the closing session of the International Women and Justice Summit, which lasts for two days, “a final declaration, general determinations and suggestions” are shared with the public.