Hague Academic Coalition

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The Hague Academic Coalition (HAC) is a consortium of academic institutions in the fields of international relations, international law and international development.

Members and Organization[edit]

The member institutions are:

The board of the Hague Academic Coalition consists of:

  • Prof. Dr. J. de Vries (Campus The Hague) - President
  • Mr. S. van Hoogstraten (Carnegie Foundation) - Vice President
  • Prof. Dr. L.J. de Haan (ISS) - Treasurer
  • Drs. A.S. Gerards (Hague Academic Coalition) - Secretary
  • Dr. A.S. Muller (HiiL)
  • Mr. R.K. Brons (The Hague University of Applied Sciences)
  • Prof. Dr. J. Colijn (Clingendael)
  • Mrs. A. O'Brien (T.M.C. Asser Instituut)
  • Mr. F.W.H. van den Emster (Raad voor de Rechtspraak) - In an advisory capacity

Current programmes and activities[edit]

  • The Hague Forum for Judicial Expertise (HFJE), providing high level training to judges, magistrates and prosecutors.
  • The Hague Justice Portal (HJP), providing up to date information about the activities of international courts, tribunals and other international organisations based in The Hague.
  • A programme aimed at the digitalisation of the historic jurisprudence of the Permanent Court of Arbitration.
  • Its annual conferences entitled "From Peace to Justice", focusing on specific subjects related to international law, peace and justice
  • Regular HAC lectures: public lectures aimed at enhancing the discussion in The Hague on topics related to peace and justice

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