The Hague Institute

Celebrates Fifth Anniversary

"It has been an honor to serve as Chair of the Advisory Council of The Hague Institute for Global Justice for the past five years. The Institute has quickly established itself as a leading think tank focusing on practical solutions to the consequential challenges facing policymakers today."

Madeleine K. Albright, Chair of the Advisory Council of The Hague Institute

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Call for Experts: Migration Governance

Effective global governance is one of the defining challenges of our time. Too often, key stakeholders fail to agree on or engage in concerted…

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Our Policy Work

A Message to Policymakers

Advising policymakers is a core component of our work. We want to interact with you, share our experience and expertise with you, and would love to know how to serve you better. We have our services & information for policymakers centralized here for you.

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Current Policy Work

Current Policy Work

The Crisis in South Sudan

On Saturday 9 July 2016, South Sudan marked its fifth anniversary as the world’s youngest country. After five years of independence, however, the country has…


Russia: In Quest for a European Identity

Senior Researcher Aaron Matta from the Hague Institute for Global Justice, together with Armen Mazmanyan, Director of the Apella Institute in Yerevan, contributed a…

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The Hague Institute is dedicated to ensuring its work is practical and possible to be implemented. In doing so, the Institute works with other leading organizations to vet its work and improve it with insights from others.

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Current Collaborations

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Collaborative Urban Governance

Several cities worldwide, including Cape Town, Baltimore and Milan, are electing their mayor in 2016. The elections are not only important for residents but…

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We craft thoughtful policy and then we put it into action.

With more than 1bn children living in countries devastated by violent conflict, the Institute has focused on how education can play a transformative role in preventing and mitigating violent conflict as well as building community resilience.

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