Contact & route
Justice and Peace Netherlands
Riviervismarkt 5, The Hague
P.O. Box 508, 2501 CM The Hague
T +31 (0)70 763 1499
Justice and Peace Netherlands recommends using public transport as there are very few car parking facilities in the vicinity of Riviervismarkt.
Take tram no. 2, 3, 4 or 6 from The Hague (Den Haag) Central Station (CS) and get off at the Grote Markt stop. From Den Haag Hollands Spoor (HS) take tram 17/29 to the Gravenstraat stop. From here it is a 3 minutes walk to the Riviervismarkt. Go to the left side of the street and walk straight ahead for about 100 mtrs (you will pass a mosaïc building on your right hand). Justice and Peace is located at no 5 on your left hand, the building is called 'Nutshuis'.
On foot from Den Haag Central Station
The Riviervismarkt is a 15 mins. walk. At the Central Station, take the side exit on platform 1. Cross the Rijnstraat at the tram tracks and continue into the Turfmarkt, keep continuing until you cross the Spui, into the Grote Markt straat (on your right hand). Walk straight ahead on the Grote Marktstraat and after 400 mtrs go to the right on the Grote Marktplein (square). Walk towards the church through the Schoolstraat. At the end of this street go to the left, now you are on the Riviervismarkt and you will find no. 5 after 50 mtrs on your left hand. The building is called 'Nutshuis'. Here Justice and Peace Netherlands is located.
On foot from Den Haag Hollands Spoor (Station)
The Riviervismarkt is a 20 mins. walk. From Hollands Spoor railway station, take the north exit and walk straight into the Stationsweg. After the bridge, continue into the Wagenstraat. Take the second street on the left, the Stille Veerkade and turn right at the T-junction into the Paviljoensgracht. This continues into the Lutherse Burgwal, go straight ahead to the Grote Marktplein (square). Walk towards the church through the Schoolstraat. At the end of this street go to the left, now you are on the Riviervismarkt and you will find no. 5 after 50 mtrs on your left hand. The building is called 'Nuthuis'. Here Justice and Peace Netherlands is located.
Coming from the direction Rotterdam, take the A13 and then head towards Den Haag/Voorburg at the Ypenburg junction. Coming from the direction Amsterdam, take the A4 and head towards Den Haag/Voorburg. Coming from the direction Utrecht take the A12 towards The Hague. From all directions: at the ‘Prins Clausplein’ intersection take the Utrechtse Baan in the direction of Den Haag and exit the motorway through exit number 2 ‘Den Haag Centrum’ [The Hague City Centre] (parking). Then turn left and the traffic lights, across the Prins Bernard viaduct and carry straight on. Cross the Spui and turn right at the T-junction. This is the Paviljoensgracht which continues into Lutherse Burgwal. On your left you will find the Q-park 'Lutherse Burgwal' where you can park your car (paid!). From here you can walk to our office (5 mins). When you come out of the parking garage, go to the left and cross the Grote Marktstraat. Cross the Grote Marktplein (square) and walk towards the church through the Schoolstraat. At the end of this street go to the left, now you are on the Riviervismarkt. You will find no. 5 after 50 mtrs on your left hand, the building is called 'Nutshuis'. Here Justice and Peace Netherlands is located.
26 February 2018
Justice and Peace Netherlands supports joint NGO response to the draft Copenhagen Declaration
More than 25 organisations have published their reaction on the draft of the Copenhagen Declaration, that puts new restrictions on the jurisdiction of the European Court of Human Rights.
20 February 2018
Justice and Peace calls on Hungary to withdraw draft NGO law silencing civil society
More than 250 organisations have signed an open letter calling of the Hungarian government to withdraw a draft law that will hinder the work of civil society and human rights defenders in Hungary.
16 February 2018
7 February 2018
Costa Rica becomes third international Shelter City for human rights defenders
The official signing of Shelter City Costa Rica marks an important step towards the protection of human rights defenders in Central and South America.
25 January 2018