Rule of Law cluster in The Hague

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The Hague has long been the backdrop for those passionate about international peace and justice. Central to this history is The Hague’s Peace Palace, home to the world’s oldest institution for settling international disputes, the Permanent Court of Arbitration, and the United Nations’ highest judicial body, the International Court of Justice. Ever since, the city has hosted numerous international courts, conferences and organisations promoting peace and fostering the international rule of law. Today, The Hague is a beacon of international law and diplomacy, with a vivid ecosystem of 20,000 professionals working on issues of peace and justice at some 500 international organisations, NGOs, knowledge institutes, and diplomatic missions.

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