Our case studies explain why our city is the perfect setting for any event. Find out why other event organisers chose The Hague!
MICE Peak The Hague
MICE Peak is a three-day event for German-speaking event planners that takes place annually at different international destinations. Find out how The Hague Convention Bureau helped organise the diverse MICE Peak programme which offered delegates a mix of interactive presentations, networking and training opportunities.
Every three years, the International Society for Low Vision Research and Rehabilitation (ISLRR) organises a conference to share and learn about the recent innovations in the field of low vision rehabilitation. In 2017, more than 1000 international participants attended the event at the World Forum The Hague. Find out how The Hague was able to support the needs of the low vision community.
IB Global Conference
The World Forum The Hague has welcomed more than 1600 international delegates for the largest International Baccalaureate Conference to date. The event offered a unique programme concentrated around the theme ‘Inspiring Communities’. Find out why IB chose The Hague as their hosting city for the 4th time.
8th edition WorldPensionSummit
The 8th edition of the WorldPensionSummit was hosted in The Hague for the fourth consecutive year. The annual event brings together international delegates to discuss the trends and developments within the pension fund world. Find out why the WorldPensionSummit chose the Louwman Museum in The Hague as location.
World Justice Forum V
The Hague is known as the International City of Peace and Justice and the perfect place for global leaders to meet and collaboratively find solutions for advancing peace, opportunity, and equity worldwide. Find out why the World Justice Project choose The Hague as their host city for a second time.
39th ESPEN Congress
The 39th ESPEN Congress united 3,300 participants from more than 100 countries in The Hague. The European Society for Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism (ESPEN) sought our expertise when they decided to host their annual congress in the Netherlands for the third time.
UN Public Service Forum
For two days, more than 500 UN participants from multiple countries joined forces in The Hague — the second UN city in the world. This year’s theme centred around The Future is Now- Accelerating Public Service Innovation for Agenda 2030. International delegates, from ministers to high-level decisions-makers, came together to discuss the future of public services for global citizen.
The Dutch National Association organised its 2nd Annual DNA Congress at the Fokker Terminal in The Hague from 15 - 16 June 2017. We interviewed DNA's director Mathieu Daalder about his experience in The Hague.
The Hague is not only deeply committed to peace and justice, but also to innovation — it was a wonderful match for us.