During The Hague International Open Day 11 international organisations in The Hague will open their doors for the public.With tours, presentations and exhibitions the public will learn about the daily work of these organisation. Participants can sign up to 2 tours, which are free of charge. Free shuttle buses are available that day.
Also during The Hague International Open Day, a special programme will take place at the Museon.
You can visit the free documentary festival ‘Moving Images: films about Peacekeeping’ by Chaim Litewski (former UN TV Chief in New York), the UN photo exhibition ‘70 years of Peacekeeping’ or the exhibition by students of the Design Academy and the KABK ‘Visualising Peace & Justice’.
Deputy-Mayor Saskia Bruines will open The Hague International Open Day. The Museon will be open for free this day.
The Hague International Open Day is part of the Just Peace Festival.
Organisations that will open their doors:
– Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW)
– International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) and Mechanism for International Criminals Tribunals (MICT)
– International Criminal Court (ICC)
– Hague Conference on Private International Law (HCCH)
– International Court of Justice (ICJ) and Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA)
– The Peace Palace Library
– Europe House
– OSCE High Commissioner on National Minorities (OSCE HCNM)
– International Commission on Missing Persons (ICMP)
Take part in tours around the international organisations and learn more about justice, international safety, and human rights. To visit the partaking organisations, you will have to sign up beforehand. Admission is free!
A number of institutes have a maximum amount of visitors. You can sign up for a maximum of two tours. Keep in mind that most of these tours will be offered in English. Select an organisation for more information.
You can register until Friday 22 September 2:00 p.m. After that registration will be closed.
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