World Justice Forum VI: “Realizing Justice for All” in The Hague
The Hague is the International City of Peace and Justice, the world's legal capital and the second seat of the United Nations. The World Justice Forum is the premier international event for the rule of law, convening governmental and non-governmental actors, private sector leaders, and members of the donor community.
Focused on the theme "Realizing Justice for All," World Justice Forum VI, taking place from April 29th till May 2nd 2019 at the World Forum The Hague will:
● Highlight key research findings on the relationship between justice and sustainable development;
● Showcase successful solutions that deliver justice and strengthen the rule of law;
● Foster multi-sectoral collaboration; and
● Mobilize commitments to increase access to justice.
In the spirit of fostering multi-sectoral collaboration, plenary speakers, practical working sessions, and more will explore the intersection of access to justice and the thematic areas of: technology, gender equality, public health, the environment, labor and employment, and criminal justice. In addition, finalists of the World Justice Challenge will showcase their work as part of a global competition to identify, recognize, and promote best practices and successful solutions to improve access to justice.
The World Justice Forum is organized by the World Justice Project with the following co-producing partners: Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law; HiiL; Netherlands MFA; Open Society Justice Initiative; OECD; and the Pathfinders for Peaceful, Just and Inclusive Societies.