The Den Haag Seminar this September was a splendid occasion. Participants profited from a myriad of interactions in Den Haag. On the Friday day there were three panel discussions on 3D, the Case Study of Afghanistan and the Case Study of Burundi. Participants were engaged and asked many questions. Speakers shared their opinions, research, and experience from a plethora of different backgrounds. During the Working Groups on Saturday speakers also participated to lend depth to the discussion of resolutions and working papers. Please see these which are to be found on the YEPP Website. YEPP thanks CDJA for excellent organization, a fascinating topic, great hospitality, and commitment to the exchanges so central to YEPP’s purpose.