A painter spruces up the former premises of the The Hague Institute for Global Justice to ready it for a new tenant after the demise of the institute (Photo: Janet Anderson)
06 April 2018 by Irene van der Linde and Tjitske Lingsma

In 2011 a new prestigious institution - The Hague Institute for Global Justice - was set up with huge ambitions and 20 million euros of Dutch government funding. But after only a few years, the institute is broke and Dutch politicians are asking questions in parliament. How did such a high-profile think-tank end up as a white elephant?

21 June 2011 by -

Former US Secretary of State Madeleine Albright says the most important principle in international justice today, is equality. Speaking at the launch of the Institute for Global Justice in The Hague, Albright said, “we are all the same” and people have the right to justice.

The Hague Institute for Global Justice