6 June 2022 - 8 June 2022
9:00AM - 6:00PM
Hilton The Hague, The Netherlands
This workshop, led by some of the world’s most experienced boundary negotiators, is designed to equip participants with the knowledge and skills required to conclude a successful maritime boundary agreement.
Clearly defined maritime boundaries are essential for good international relations and effective ocean management, yet few coastal states have agreed all their maritime boundaries with their neighbours. Part of the reason for this is that boundary delimitation requires a range of specialist legal and technical skills which are not always readily available to governments.
The programme will be structured around a full-day boundary negotiation exercise in which participants will work in teams to resolve a boundary dispute based on a real-world scenario. The course will also include practical instruction on building and preparing a negotiating team, negotiation strategy and tactics, and drafting an agreement.
A workshop programme and more details available soon.
In addition to tuition and all course materials, the fee covers the following:
Please note, accommodation is not included in the workshop fee.
Accommodation is available at Hilton The Hague in the centre of The Hague and this can be booked yourself via their website or other online booking sites.
Other hotels are available in The Hague to suit different budgets.
You are expected to organise your own travel arrangements to The Hague. Please be aware that if you require a visa to visit the Netherlands you will be required to apply for your own visa for entry in to the country. Please allow enough time for your visa to be processed before the start of the workshop. A letter on invitation can be provided to support your visa application.
Teaching and workshop materials will be in English.
Cancellations must be received in writing not later than the 12 May 2022 and will be subject to a £250 cancellation fee, unless a substitute participant is offered. After this date the full registration fee will be charged for all cancellations.
IBRU reserves the right to modify the programme as necessary, without notice to participants.
The cost of the workshop will be £1,950 per participant. Payment can only be accepted in £ sterling or by major credit and debit cards. Full payment must be received prior to the workshop to guarantee the booking.