The Hague Institute and University College Roosevelt Sign Cooperation Agreement

The Hague Institute and University College Roosevelt have signed an agreement to promote cooperation in the fields of conflict prevention, rule of law and global governance.

With an emphasis on educational activities, the exchange of research outputs as well as the design and implementation of research projects, this agreement combines the strengths of both institutions in order to increase knowledge in their common areas of interest.

Educational activities may include workshops, trainings and seminars, and the institutions will also explore the possibilities of establishing a summer school.

University College Roosevelt is an academic institution located in Middelburg, the Netherlands, which has continually expressed commitment to instill in its students the fundamental values of global citizenship formulated by Theodore, Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt.

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