16 June at the Peace Palace: Commission on Global Security, Justice & Governance Report Launch

Following over a year of preparations and more than twenty international consultations, the Commission on Global Security, Justice & Governance, a flagship project of The Hague Institute for Global Justice and The Stimson Center (Washington, D.C.), will hold the inaugural launch of its Final Report on Confronting the Crisis of Global Governance from The Hague, The City of Peace & Justice, on 16 June 2015. To register your attendance, pleaseRSVP here.

The Commission’s Co-Chairs, former U.S. Secretary of State Dr. Madeleine K. Albright and former Nigerian Foreign Minister and UN Under-Secretary-General Political Affairs Dr. Ibrahim A. Gambari, will present the Commission’s chief findings and recommendations. The project has considered new frameworks for collective action on critical issues such as state fragility, climate governance, and the hyperconnected global economy and will offer innovative reform proposals for tackling today’s crisis of global governance.

The Report Launch on 16 June (10-11 am) will take place in the Academy Hall of the Peace Palace, an international landmark institution of the City of The Hague. To reserve a place for the Inaugural Report Launch and receive future updates, please register here. Please note: The Peace Palace requires proof of identification to enter the premises, as well as the details requested for this event’s online registration.

A few days prior to the official release of the Commission’s Report on 16 June, scholars, UN officials, and policy-practitioners will gather at The Hague Institute for a Pre-Report Launch Event from 2.00 to 3.30pm on Thursday, 11 June. This meeting is organized just prior to the Academic Council on the United Nations System Annual Meeting in The Hague. To confirm your participation at the Pre-Report Launch Event, please click here.

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