JASON International Criminal Court (ICC) Visit
As is currently debated with regard to the Russia – Ukraine war, grievous crimes, such as war crimes, crimes against humanity, and genocide still ravage the world. It is for this reason, that the first permanent international criminal court with jurisdiction has been established in the Hague, also known as the International Criminal Court (ICC).
Because the ICC is a core institution in fields ranging from Law to Security to International Relations, the JASON Institute is excited to offer students and young professionals the chance to visit this renowned institution.
This event will encompass a tour, presentation by the ICC, a Q&A, and finally a hearing or alternatively a courtroom explanation.
This visit will offer a comprehensive insight into the structure, workings, and jurisdiction of the Court among others, and will be a great opportunity to expand one’s knowledge on this indispensable component of the international judicial system.
If you would like the participate in this event on the 9th of June from 13:45 to 15:30, make sure you sign up as there are only 30 spots available! Each participant is required to present valid proof of identification in order to enter the ICC premises and note that all participants are required to comply with the rules of decorum as can be read here. Also, be aware that filming or taking photographs is strictly prohibited within the ICC.
In case you want to cancel your registration, make sure to mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Do keep in mind however that this is a sold-out event so preferably we know by the latest 2 days in advance whether you want to cancel so we still have time to allocate your spot to someone else.
We hope to see you soon at the ICC!