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ICTY to open its doors for The Hague International Day

ICTY to open its doors for The Hague International Day

The ICTY will be opening its doors to the public on 18 September 2011 as part of the fourth annual ‘International Day’ organised by the Municipality of The Hague.

The event gives the public the chance to catch a glimpse behind the scenes of the International City of Peace and Justice. The ICTY welcomes the chance to reach out to its neighbours, and to present its mandate, work and achievements to the citizens of The Hague and to the general public at large.

The doors of the Tribunal will be open between 11.00 and 17.00, and events on the day will include presentations by ICTY officials and staff, including Judge Alphons Orie (at 13:45) and Prosecutor Serge Brammertz (at 15:00); question and answer sessions; a chance to explore the inside of one of the Tribunal’s courtrooms with a guided tour; and an exhibition and films introducing the work of the Tribunal.

The ICTY will also be represented at the International Market, taking place at the World Forum Convention Centre on the same day. Visitors to the Tribunal’s booth at the Market will have the chance to peruse a wide variety of information materials covering the work of the ICTY and to address any questions they may have to representatives of the Tribunal.

Those wishing to join in with the Open Day activities can register on the website of the Municipality.


Open Day – Map