International Arbitration Conference on the 60th Anniversary of the New York Convention
14 November 2018, BANK CENTER Budapest, V. Szabadság tér 7
Closing date for registration: 9 November 2018
The attendance is free, but is subject to registration. For registration please fill in the attached registration form.
The language of the conference will be English with simultaneous translation during the professional programme.
For registration please click here.
"The New York Convention is one of the most important and successful United Nations treaties in the area of international trade law, and the cornerstone of the international arbitration system.
The Convention’s principal aim – to oblige State Parties to ensure non-discrimination of foreign and non-domestic arbitral awards, such that these awards are recognized and generally capable of enforcement in their jurisdiction in the same way as domestic awards – can best be achieved through the uniform and effective application and interpretation of the Convention.
UNCITRAL strives to build on the success of the New York Convention by promoting such uniform and effective application of the Convention. " (Renaud Sorieul, the former Secretary of UNCITRAL)
The Ministry of Justice and the Arbitration Court attached to the Hungarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry jointly organize an international professional conference on 14 November 2018 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. called “The Hungarian Arbitration on UNCITRAL bases” and cordially invite and welcome all those who consider alternative dispute resolution important: attorneys, counsels, entrepreneurs, state court judges, arbitrators and all other interested professionals.
Detailed programme please find attached.
Further information at
Ms. Annamária LUKÁCS and Ms. Borbála KASSAY
Secretariat of the Arbitration Court :
Phone: +36 -1-47-45-182, +36 -1-47-45-186
Ms. Renata HRECSKA, Legal Advisor
Ministry of Justice, Department of Private International Law
Phone: 00 36 1 795 5133
Honlap/ Website: http://www.kormany.hu/hu/igazsagugyi-miniszterium