The Hague — The Hague Institute for Global Justice has been nominated by Prospect Magazine as a finalist for European Think Tank of the Year.
Bestowed annually in London, the award celebrates activities and achievements by policy and research-focused organizations around the globe.
“At such an early stage in the Institute’s development, to be nominated for such a prestigious award is already a welcome recognition of our collective commitment to building a world-class think and do tank,” said Hague Institute President Dr. Abiodun Williams.
The Prospect Think Tank of the Year Awards were founded in 2001. Other nominees for this year’s European Think Tank include Carnegie Europe, Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei and Open Europe. Winners will be announced on 16 July 2014.
Established in 2011 by the city of The Hague, key Hague-based organizations and with support from the Dutch government, The Hague Institute for Global Justice works on issues related to Conflict Prevention, Rule of Law and Global Governance. The Institute provides policy-oriented research, convenes events with key practitioners and decision makers and provide cutting-edge trainings.
Learn more about the Think Tank Awards for 2014.