June 18, 2018

I Polyphonic Day of International Justice: June 7, 2017

On 7 June 2017, the I Polyphonic Day of International Justice, which will deal with issues concerning international law (private, public and criminal) with speakers from different geographic areas (Africa, Arab countries, China, Ibero-America, Iran and Russia), will take place at the Hague University for Applied Sciences (HHS).

The I Polyphonic Day aims at bringing together and debating the views and perspectives of academics and professionals coming from the said geographic regions. As you can see in the attached Programme, the I Polyphonic Day on International Justice is organised by the Ibero-American Institute of The Hague (IIH) as part of the VII Ibero-American Week of International Justice, in partnership with a number of partners including the The HSS, The Hague Project for Peace and Justice of the Foreign Ministry of The Netherlands, the African Foundation for International Law, the Chinese Initiative on International Law (CIIL), the Center for International and Comparative Criminal Law of Lomonosov Moscow State University, the Iranian Center for International Criminal Law, The United Nations University for Peace, the University of El Rosario (Colombia), the Hague Academic Coalition, the Coalition for the International Criminal Law, Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Tirant lo Blanch Publishers, the International Law Student Association (ILSA) at the HHS and the Corax Student Association at the HHS.

The event will be hosted at the Aula  of the Hague University of Applied Sciences, located at Johanna Westerdijkplein 75 (just behind Holland Spoors Train Station), 2521 EN The Hague, on Wednesday 7th June 2017 from 10h30 to 19h30, and will be followed by The Hague Talks in The Humanity House located at Prinsengracht 8, The Hague from 20h00-21h30 .


We would like to invite all the readers from the Diplomats´ Magazine to come to HHS and participate in the I Polyphonic Day.

In case you could accept this invitation, please send an email confirming your presence to the following email address: inscripcionesiih@gmail.com. For further information, you can also write to this email address.


Picture taken by Ibero-American Institute of The Hague during VI Iberoamerican Week of International Justice – 2016


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