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The Hague Peace & Justice Event 2021

The city of The Hague and the Hague Humanity Hub warmly invite you to the annual Peace and Justice event.

Dear friends and allies,

The city of The Hague and the Hague Humanity Hub warmly invite you to the annual Peace and Justice event & reception.

This past year has demonstrated even more how important connection is and how resilient we can be in overcoming restrictions to continue to have international impact. To celebrate resilience and strengthen connections we invite you to join your peers from diverse actors within Hague’s peace and justice ecosystem.

Please join us for a week of connection and discovery through an inspiring interactive programme.

Monday 1st February
16:00-17:00
Debate: Social impact of the international judicial system for the Hague and beyond with the directors of the Peace Palace, the Center for International Legal Cooperation and the research director of HiiL among others.

Tuesday 2nd February
15:00-16:00
Co-create the future of the Peace & Justice ecosystem in The Hague with the directors of International Affairs at the City of the Hague and the Humanity Hub

Tuesday 2nd February
16:00-18:00
Parallel roundtables hosted by 16+ actors of the Hague ecosystem on topics ranging from data protection, global health security, access to justice to environmental crimes.

Wed 3nd February
16:00-17:00
Working on the SDG’s in The Hague: What’s next? Join the Hague-based SDG houses together with the Municipality to explore what needs to be done to achieve the SDGs.

Thursday 4th February
16:00-18:00
Peace & Justice Reception Join the now-traditional toast with Deputy Mayor Saskia Bruines, guided networking & borrel* and the opening of the new Humanity Hub Alexanderveld.

Friday 4th February
15:00-15:45
Info session about the Humanity Hub Ask your questions about how the Humanity Hub supports the Peace & Justice ecosystem with community services and meeting & office space services.

Friday 4th February
16:00-17:00
Bringing up the bodies: Effectively investigating mass graves with UN special rapporteur Dr Agnes Callmard and director-general of ICMP, Kathryne Bomberger with the Asymmetrical Haircuts team.

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