RSS

  • Peace Palace Library Lecture

    News and events - March 15, 2012

    Peace Palace Library Lecture in cooperation with Embassy of Israel by Judge Gabriel Bach about “50 Years since the Eichmann trial-Memories”

    Read more
  • Library lecture about piracy in Somalia

    Page

    Fifth lecture about piracy in Somalia: The meeting’s central theme was the international community’s efforts in combating and prosecuting pirates.

    Read more
  • Library lecture about the Abyei Arbitration

    Page

    Fourth lecture about the Abyei Arbitration between the Government of Sudan and the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement.

    Read more
  • Third Library Lecture about the Eichmann case

    Page

    In 1961, Adolf Eichmann (1906-1962), a former SS-Obersturmbannführer, was accused, before a court in Jerusalem, of helping Hitler in his plan to exterminate the Jews in the Second World War. He was found guilty on all charges and subsequently hanged in a prison near Tel Aviv in June 1962.

    Read more
  • Library lecture about Prof. B.V.A. Röling

    Page

    After the successful organization of the first Peace Palace Library Lecture, a second lecture was organized inside the historic reading room of the Peace Palace on 22 June 2011, between 17.30 and 19.30. Professor Nico Schrijver, Professor of Public International Law at Leiden University, spoke about the international legacy of one of the most prominent international lawyers in The Netherlands after 1945, B.V.A. Röling (1906-1985).

    Read more
  • Library lecture about van Anraat

    Page

    The first Peace Palace Library Lecture took place on the 23rd of May 2011, inside the seminar room of the Peace Palace. Simon Minks, Public Prosecutor to the Court of Appeal in The Hague, and Roel van Rossum, Coordinating Vice-President at the District Court The Hague, discussed the van Anraat Case, and the challenges Dutch courts face when dealing with complex issues of international criminal law.

    Read more
  • Structure of the Summer Programme

    Page

    Each session comprises a general course and special courses. The general course is given over a period of three weeks (at least 15 hours) in public international law and two weeks (at least 10 hours) in private international law.

    Read more
  • Library is hiring

    News and events - January 25, 2012

    De Carnegie-Stichting zoekt voor de Bibliotheek van het Vredespaleis: Juridisch-Wetenschappelijk Bibliotheekmedewerker (m/v, 2,0 fte), per heden De bibliotheek bezit een van de grootste collecties ter wereld op het gebied van internationaal recht en is nationaal zwaartepunt internationaal recht. De collectie bevat ongeveer 300.000 boeken, duizenden tijdschriftabonnementen en elektronische informatie. De bibliotheek is onontbeerlijk voor de […]

    Read more
  • Newsletter Archive

    Page

    Did you miss a newsletter? Check our Newsletter Archive.

    Read more
  • New website and Newsletter

    News and events - January 2, 2012

    The new website of the library of the Peace Palace is now live! With this renewed website we strive to improve our (online) library services and optimize the accessibility of our resources. The main menu at the top of the webpage displays an overview of our collection and webservices. The completely renewed design and interface […]

    Read more