Because Only Together We Can


International Association of Youth and Family Magistrates

About Us

The International Association of Youth and Family Judges (AIMJF) is an NGO (Non-Governmental Organization) with consultative status with the Council of Europe and associated with the Department of Public Information. It was founded in 1928, and in 1963, and registered in Brussels, Belgium. The deployment of its global efforts is not only concerned with establishing links between judges from different countries, but also with other international associations that work in the field of child and family protection. Promotes international research in relation to problems with the functioning of the courts and various laws related to youth and family. It represents on a global scale the efforts to act in relation to the protection of children and adolescents and juvenile crime. Its members include national associations and individuals from all parts of the world committed to this task, who exercise functions as juvenile and family judges or functions within professional services directly related to juvenile and family justice or its wellness.


We believe that international dialogue has always played an important role in improving legal systems in the field of Children’s Rights.
Now, with this program of monthly webinars, we will have the opportunity to reach out to you, inviting leading members, academics and legal professionals, from different countries and legal systems, to discuss with you the current issues of Justice and Children’s Rights.