The coming year will provide several important opportunities for advancing the rule of law and delivering on the promise of justice for all. Taking advantage of this political moment requires a coordinated effort to develop a shared understanding of why the rule of law and justice are important and what we can do about it. Convened at World Forum in The Hague, Netherlands under the theme of “Realizing Justice for All,” World Justice Forum VI will:
- Highlight key research findings on the relationship between justice and sustainable development;
- Showcase successful solutions that deliver justice and strengthen the rule of law;
- Foster multi-sectoral collaboration; and
- Mobilize commitments to increase access to justice.
As a meeting place for governmental and non-governmental actors, private sector leaders, and the donor community, the Forum will address the principal challenges to delivering justice and provide space for advancing concrete solutions. We intend for the outcomes of World Justice Forum VI to feed directly into the UN High Level Political Forum on Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 16 in July and the UN Summit on the SDGs in September.
Who Should Attend
- High-level representatives from the finance, development, environment, education, public health, and tech sectors;
- Parliamentarians, judges, and officials from a broad array of government ministries;
- Corporate leaders interested in advancing justice and the rule of law;
- Innovators and entrepreneurs from civil society organizations and the private sector;
- Scholars and journalists;
- Investors and development aid agencies; and
- Leading members of the legal profession.
For more information on the programme agenda and what to expect see the World Justice Project website