Film screening, 5 September 2013 | The Hague, Peace Palace
On Thursday 5 September, in the historical garden of the Peace Palace, the documentary ‘Give Up Tomorrow’, in collaboration with Movies that Matter, will be screened. This documentary highlights the progress of what is seen in the Philippines as the trial of the century. Give Up Tomorrow is a chronicle which exposes a Kafkaesque world of corruption, sensationalist media, two grieving mothers and a lot of injustice. The film will be introduced by journalist Geraldine Coughlan. After the film, she will lead a debate with the public on law, justice and media. Start introduction: 20:15 h.
Combined tickets for the film and the World Press Photo exhibition are available in the Visitors Centre of the Peace Palace for € 15.
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A selection of relevant publications from the Peace Palace Library collection
- Eyffinger, A.C.G.M., The Peace Palace: Residence for Justice, Domicile of Learning, The Hague, Carnegie Foundation, 1988.
- Eyffinger, A.C.G.M., The Trusteeship of an Ideal: The Carnegie Foundation, Vignettes of a Century, Amsterdam, Enschedé, 2004.
- Hebly, A. and C. Boekraad, A New Home for the Study of International Law, The Hague, ABRI Publishers, 2008.
- Joor, J. en H.M. Verrijn Stuart, Bouwen aan vrede: honderd jaar werken aan vrede door recht: het Vredespaleis, 1913-2013, ‘s-Gravenhage, Carnegie-Stichting, 2013.
- Joor, J. et H.M. Verrijn Stuart, La construction de la paix: une action séculaire au service de la paix par le droit: le Palais de la Paix, 1913-2013, La Haye, Fondation Carnegie, 2013.
- Joor, J. and H.M., Verrijn Stuart, The Building of Peace: A Hundred Years of Work on Peace through Law: the Peace Palace, 1913-2013, The Hague, Carnegie Foundation, 2013.
- Kerkvliet, G.C.H., The Peace Palace: A Living Institution of International Law, The Hague, Carnegie Foundation, 2005.