The "Justice in The Netherlands" program is designed to introduce students to criminal justice related issues in The Netherlands. Various topics will be explored to ensure that students can actively participate in the lectures and tours as they travel throughout the country. The program focuses on law enforcement, courts, corrections, drug policy, international crime, human trafficking, and international justice. In particular, the program focuses on comparative drug laws, harm reduction, legalized prostitution, human trafficking, and law enforcement in Amsterdam. Students then explore global justice issues related to the International Criminal Court, International Court of Justice, the Peace Palace, and international policing (EUROPOL) in den Haag, Netherlands (The Hague). Please find a sample itinerary here.