Panel: The EU’s Contribution to a More Just Global Order

Category: Events

20 Nov 2016
30 November 2016, 17:00 – 18:30
The Hague Institute For Global Justice
Registration required

Globally, the EU is increasingly committed to promoting and protecting a rule-based international order. Slovakia, in its current Presidency of the Council of the EU, has made the promotion of a more globally engaged Europe one of its main objectives.

europe-justice-720x390In a troubled international environment, the EU’s main goal remains to protect and promote the international order based on compliance with international norms and standards, including strengthening security and contributing to the prevention and resolution of crises. To achieve this goal, the EU has and will continue to support the work of international courts and tribunals.

The panel discussion will focus on the main achievements of the international courts and tribunals, the challenges they face, the crucial support that is provided by the EU, and future EU efforts to tackle abuses of humanitarian law and violations of internationally accepted norms.

For more information about the panel discussion and to register click here.

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