10-13 July 2017 | The Hague, Netherlands
During the Forum, over 500 leaders from business, civil society, government, academia, the media, and more will gather to explore and share strategies for advancing the rule of law worldwide.
On March 10-12, 2015 in Dakar, the WJP hosted “The Rule of Law in Senegal.” The meeting and workshop brought together 50 leaders from business, academia, civil society, and government to assess current rule of law challenges and opportunities in Senegal.
In Jarkata, Indonesia, on 19-21 January, 2015 WJP brought together a wide range of stakeholders—including leaders from business, academia, civil society and government—from across Indonesia to assess current rule of law challenges and opportunities. Discussion was focused on: quality of regulatory enforcement; why the rule of law matters to development (economic, socio-political, and human development); access to justice and dispute resolution systems; and anti-corruption.
The World Justice Forum® is the premier international event for the rule of law. Join global and community leaders – from an array of sectors and interests – as they share insights, explore strategies, and develop solutions for advancing peace, equity, and opportunity.
The WJP convenes regional, action-oriented, multidisciplinary meetings to strengthen the rule of law. These meetings include plenary discussions on key topical issues of current importance, and small group working sessions in which participants identify crucial areas where collaborative, cross-disciplinary efforts will advance the rule of law.
At these convenings, WJP presents in-depth, country-specifc findings from the WJP Rule of Law Index, then invites participants to develop practical programs that will strengthen adherence to the rule of law in their communities.
The inagural WJP High Court Justices Symposium convened members of high courts of more than 30 countries for a full day to discuss rule of law issues of greatest interest to the judiciary and to deliberate about the special role of members of high courts as prominent champions for the rule of law.