The World Justice Project is pleased to announce that more than 40 working sessions, led by experts from organizations around the globe, will be featured at the World Justice Forum, April 29 - May 2 in The Hague, Netherlands. Sessions include workshops, interactive dialogues, and facilitated discussions focused on pressing issues and opportunities surrounding the theme, "Realizing Justice for All." Stay tuned as we announce keynote speakers, special sessions, and expo participants in the coming weeks!

 

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Join us at the World Justice Forum to participate in the access to justice conversation and drive progress in the areas of:

Technology: 

  • “Transforming Justice Outcomes with Artificial Intelligence: How to Get Started” (Hewlett Packard Enterprise)
  • “Making Legal Technologies Used and Useful” (The American Bar Foundation, JustFix.nyc, Haqdarshak)
  • Explore more... 

Business and Finance: 

  • “What Practical Ways Can the Business Community Act as a Force for Justice and the Rule of Law?” (Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law, Jones Day)
  • “What Will It Take to Bring Social Impact Investing to the Justice Sector?” (Social Finance, Open Society Justice Initiative, Municipality of The Hague)
  • Explore more...

Criminal Justice: 

  • “Innovation and Reform in Criminal Justice: Just Outcomes, Procedural Fairness and Community Justice” (Center for Court Innovation) 
  • “The Impact of Pretrial Justice Trends on Agenda 2030 Achievement” (Open Society Justice Initiative)
  • Explore more...

Strategic Communications: 

  • “What Does Justice Look Like? Using Hope-Based Communications to Frame Debates with Positive Narratives” (Amnesty International) 
  • “Mobilizing the Next Generation to Achieve Goal 16+” (Cohort 2030, International Youth Foundation)
  • Explore more...

Public Health: 

  • “Opportunities to Strengthen Collaboration Between Justice and Global Health” (The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria)
  • “Improving Public Health and Reducing the Justice Gap Through Health Justice Partnerships” (Centre for Access to Justice, University College London)
  • Explore more...

The Environment:

  • “Legal Tools for Advancing Environmental Justice and Public Health” (ABA Section of Energy and Environmental Resources, University of Maryland Transnational Environmental Accountability Project and United Nations Environment Programme)
  • “Advancing Environmental Justice through the Escazu Agreement and Aarhus Convention” (World Resources Institute)
  • Explore more...

Data and Indicators:

  • “How to Use Data and Design to Make Justice Innovations More Effective” (Stanford University Legal Design Lab, Legal Services Corporation)
  • “Measuring Civil Justice to Improve Outcomes: Evolving Global and National Strategies” (OECD)
  • Explore more...

As the premier international event for the rule of law, the World Justice Forum will convene governmental and non-governmental actors, private sector leaders, and members of the donor community. The Forum offers attendees the opportunity to showcase and learn from successful solutions, foster multi-sectoral collaboration, and mobilize commitments to increase access to justice.

Please note: 

Hotel rooms available at special conference rates are limited, so make your reservations now. Information about hotels is available here

WJP is now accepting applications to display your work in the Expo Village on site during the Forum week. Information about the Expo is available here.  

Details and registration information are available at worldjusticeproject.org/forum. We would be honored by your participation, and look forward to seeing you in The Hague. Questions about the World Justice Forum? Email us at: forum@worldjusticeproject.org.

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