In The Hague, tens of thousands of people are working daily to build a more peaceful and just world. Coming from all over the world they work together on solutions to global problems with a focus on using new technologies to help accelerate peace, justice and security worldwide.
The Netherlands is a reference in International Law thanks to people like Hugo Grotius, one of the founders of international law, back in the 16th Century. Now, The Hague is known as the ‘City of Peace and Justice’ thanks to the many organizations that have since established themselves in the city. They include the Peace Palace, the International Court of Justice and the International Criminal Court.
We arrange visits to the International Court of Justice (ICJ) and the International Criminal Court (ICC) combined with lectures by lawyers and judges specialised in International Law. Subjects include Air and Space Law, Introduction to the International Court of Justice or International Water Disputes.