“Since its inception in 2011, The Hague Institute has quickly distinguished itself as an intellectual hub for serious interdisciplinary thinking about ways of promoting international peace and justice. To be sure, in the international city of justice that is The Hague, the Institute has steadily grown into the resource of choice for expert debate and discussion on international criminal justice writ large. The contribution of the Institute to the important issues confronting international criminal justice in general and the International Criminal Court in particular has been noteworthy and is deserving of praise. I thank the Institute for its indefatigable efforts and contributions and wish it continued success.”

Fatou Bensouda, Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court