Albania // Request for support for those affected by the earthquake

Albania // Request for support for those affected by the earthquake

On November 26 2019, a powerful earthquake hit Albania taking 51 lives, leaving hundreds of others wounded and thousands more homeless. The damages caused by the earthquake are enormous, as it hit some of the most populated areas in the coastal city of Durrës as well...
Launch of The Hague Rules on Business and Human Rights Arbitration

Launch of The Hague Rules on Business and Human Rights Arbitration

On 12 December 2019, Judge Bruno Simma and the Drafting Team of The Hague Rules on Business and Human Rights will officially launch The Hague Rules at a symposium hosted by the PCA in the Peace Palace in The Hague. Judge Bruno Simma will hand over the first copies to...
Celebrating 50 years of Indonesia – Netherlands legal cooperation

Celebrating 50 years of Indonesia – Netherlands legal cooperation

Celebrating 50 years of Indonesia – Netherlands legal cooperation and looking back at the jubilee events   Thank you! On 17 October 2019, familiar and new faces joined us at the Netherlands Supreme Court to celebrate 50 years of legal cooperation between...
The Netherlands // Junior lawyers study visit

The Netherlands // Junior lawyers study visit

On November 19, CILC hosted a group of junior German lawyers from the District Court of Aachen. Their visit to the Netherlands, which forms a crucial part of their judicial program, served the purpose of a student trip combing getting to know another country and fun....
Arab region // Shiraka participants reunite in Tunisia

Arab region // Shiraka participants reunite in Tunisia

“Everybody wants a change, but nobody wants to change”. With this message our change management trainer Renzo van Diepen kicked-off the Tunisia chapter of the Shiraka training. This message highlights why organizational change is difficult and why many...
Ukraine // The meaning of the core values of the judiciary

Ukraine // The meaning of the core values of the judiciary

By Lino Brosius Implications of the core values of justice for the day-to-day work and life of judges in Ukraine and the Netherlands “Core values don’t make the judiciary trustworthy. It is up to the judiciary to make these values trustworthy.” Understanding what...
Ukraine // Making probation work: piloting new approaches

Ukraine // Making probation work: piloting new approaches

Ukrainian, Latvian and Dutch experts came together in Kyiv last month to strengthen the probation system. In Ukraine, probation measures were introduced in the legal system in January 2017. These measures comprise of regular intensive contacts with (former) offenders...
EU // Achievements of the European Integrated Return Management Network

EU // Achievements of the European Integrated Return Management Network

What started in 2010 as a cooperative effort between Belgium, Germany, Romania and the Netherlands resulted in the establishment of the European Integrated Return Management Network (Eurint) in 2016. The aim of the Eurint network is to improve cooperation and exchange...
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