Justice practitioners discuss the role of the rule of law and judicial bodies in strengthening trust in electoral processes, preventing democratic erosion, and contributing to long-term peace and stability.
Is judiciary a trusted guarantor of electoral processes? Can justice system address the root causes of conflict? How a comprehensive system of truth, justice, reparation, and non-repetition offers protect the rights of the victims and contribute to the achievement of a stable and lasting peace?
ABOUT THE SPEAKERS
- Luke Malaba, Chief Justice of Zimbabwe
- Judge Alexandra Sandoval of the Colombia Special Jurisdiction for Peace
- Levan Duchidze, IDLO Country Manager Ukraine
Event moderator is Fabricio Guariglia, Director, The Hague Office, IDLO
Event is co-organised by the Hague Project Peace and Justice, the African Foundation for International Law (AFIL) and the International Development Law Organization (IDLO).
This will be a hybrid event, with both online and in-person participation possible. Join this public debate and share your experiences.
Join the event Livestream: https://www.youtube.com/haguetalks
10:00 –11:30 GMT + 2 (The Hague)