The congress will take place at the Campus The Hague of Leiden University in the Wijnhaven Building and Schouwburgstraat building.

For a map of the congress venues please click here.

You can have a look around the Leiden University Campus in The Hague here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c3EIphE9n0k&t=134s

For more information on The Hague, the international city of peace and justice read here: https://www.denhaag.nl/en/municipality-of-the-hague/international-the-hague/international-city-of-peace-and-justice.htm

“As the City of Peace and Justice, The Hague provides an inspiring location for this wide-ranging conference dealing with a range of themes in the surrounds of the institutions and organizations striving for a more peaceful world.”
Alanna O’Malley, United Nations Studies in Peace and Justice, Leiden University
“At the Leiden University History Department we are particularly interested in the interplay between different levels, from the local to the global and everything in between.”
Anne-Isabelle Richard, European and World History, Leiden University
“Lessons to be learnt from the historical record as to when and how peace and justice have prevailed over conflict and injustice”
Stefano Bellucci, Global Labour History of Africa, Leiden University/International Institute of Social History of Amsterdam