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Connecting Judicial Leaders at the International Peace Palace

- June 14, 2012 - 0 Comments

This week I have the privilege to attend the fifth annuaInternational Association for Court Administration (IACA) conference in The Hague, Netherlands.

The IACA conference theme is The Challenge of Developing and Maintaining Strong and Just Courts in an Era of Uncertainty.

Three hundred and forty judicial leaders from 42 countries around the world are attending including Chief Justices from Afghanistan, Australia, Republic of Georgia, Iraq, Indonesia, and Nigeria, judges, court system officials and practitioners, justice ministry leaders, justice-sector academics, and representatives of international development and rule of law organizations.

During this conference, I am capturing highlights from the workshops with video interviews with selected keynote presenters and panelists.

The agenda features a series of morning plenary panel discussions by senior-level judicial system leaders on international issues and challenges followed by concurrent afternoon workshops on specialty topics relating to improved court system governance, management and administration in a diverse and challenging global environment.

Stay tuned for more updates and you can also learn more about Cisco Connected Justice and please  join our 21st Century Government community.

 

 

 

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