The National Association of Women Judges Informed Voters, Fair Judges Project is a non-partisan voter education initiative developed to educate the public about the constitutional role of the judicial branch and to protect our courts from outside influenced. IVP serves as both a reliable resource of accurate nonpartisan judicial information and a support system for judges seeking to protect fair and impartial courts. The Informed Voters Project is a program of the Judicial Independence Committee of the National Association of Women Judges.
IVP provides resources for educating the community and juries about the role of the judicial branch including:
- Educational non-partisan materials for use with community outreach presentations,
- Jury assembly educational resources including an Emmy Award-winning video; and
- Services for customizing materials and presentations on the judicial branch and judicial selection for your state.
Studies have shown a relationship between deeper public understanding of the judicial branch and a corresponding interest in protecting the independence of the courts. Through education, the Informed Voters, Fair Judges Project of the National Association of Women Judges seeks to build trust and confidence in fair and impartial courts.