Against Humanity Zimbabwe (CAHZ) - The Hague
The Hague Holland has been at the centre of international law since
1921 when the Permanent Court of International Justice was set up
here under the old League of Nations, replaced in 1946 by the International
Court of Justice (also known as the World Court). The Dutch have
a record of neutrality which makes it the perfect place for nations
to bring actions against one another and, since 2001, the Hague has
been home to the International Criminal Court whose task is to try
crimes against humanity.
Over the years, scores of NGOs specialising in matters of global justice
have sprung up in Holland and most Dutch universities offer courses
in human rights law. This makes the Hague a perfect setting for CAHZ.