Save the Date for World Justice Forum 2022 –
Building More Just Communities

May 30 – June 2, 2022
The Hague, Netherlands & Online

 

The World Justice Project is pleased to announce that the next edition of the World Justice Forum will take place from May 30 – June 2, 2022, in The Hague, Netherlands and online. Please save the date on your calendars for this milestone event!

The World Justice Forum is the premier international event for the rule of law. The 2022 Forum will convene public and private sector leaders and advocates from around the world—in person and online—for three days of agenda-setting, learning, and action to ensure the path of recovery from COVID-19 is just and that progress toward achieving the Sustainable Development Goals remains on track. WJP will also incorporate the next round of the World Justice Challenge into the World Justice Forum 2022, with finalists presenting at the conference and online.

Please save the date on your calendars for this milestone event. And in the meantime, sign up for the World Justice Project's email newsletter to be the first to receive World Justice Forum 2022 registration alerts, speaker announcements, and programming information. Learn more about the World Justice Forum 2022 via the link below.
 

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Civil society actors and leaders from around the world gathered from 30 May to 3 June 2022 at the World Justice Forum in The Hague, the home of the United Nations’ International Court of Justice, and online to share insights and recommendations on three important priorities for strengthening justice and the rule of law.

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The Hague (June 3, 2022) – At Thursday´s closing session of the World Justice Forum, a global gathering of the justice and rule of law movement, the World Justice Project announced the five winners of the 2022 World Justice Challenge.  The World Justice Challenge is a global competition to identify, recognize and promote good practice and high-impact projects and policies that protect and advance the rule of law.  The winning projects in India, Nigeria, Ghana, Cambodia and a US-based global project, were selected for their impact expanding access to justice, championing equal rights and advancing open government and anti-corruption measures  – all while demonstrating strong prospects for replication and expansion.

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World Justice Forum 2022 participants from 116 countries, committed to Building More Just Communities, gathered in The Hague and online for four days of intensive learning, collaboration, and agenda-setting on three pressing and intersecting priorities for strengthening justice and the rule of law, namely: fighting corruption, closing the justice gap, and countering discrimination.

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