The advancement of international criminal law will heavily rely on the nexus between a number of different institutions on a worldwide level. In addition to the establishment of institutions such as the ICC and Eurojust, the exchange of knowledge needs to be structured.
In 2002 experts from the world’s international criminal law community, together with Dutch governmental parties and Science Alliance B.V., founded the International Criminal Law Network (ICLN). Since its establishment, ICLN has organized global interaction between academics, policymakers and legal professionals in the field of international criminal law.
ICLN is situated in The Hague, the International City of Peace, Justice and Security, and home to the ICC, the ICTY, EUROPOL, Eurojust, the Netherlands Forensic Institute and many other important (international) institutions.
Facilitating professional and social interaction between academics, policymakers and legal professionals in international criminal law
- Mr. Frank Zwetsloot, ICLN Director
- Ms. Lieneke Louman, ICLN Manager
- Ms. Ismat Hussain, Project Assistant