Category Archives: ASP

States: Ratify international justice cooperation treaty

                                                The 15th session of the Assembly of States Parties (ASP), taking place this November in The … Continue reading

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The year in global justice 2015

As 2015 comes to a close, we take a look back at what has been an eventful year in the fight for justice for war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide around the world. Thank you for all your continuing … Continue reading

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#GlobalJustice Weekly – ICC independence under threat at annual assembly

In Global Justice news this week: Civil society warns against political interference with ICC independence; New reports on crimes against humanity and unfair trials in Libya; Palestinian NGO’s submission to the ICC; El Salvador set to become 124th ICC member … Continue reading

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ASP 14: How can ICC trials be more efficient?

Criticisms of drawn-out courtroom proceedings have long dogged international criminal tribunals, and the International Criminal Court is no exception. While a measure of feet-finding was to be expected for the Court’s first trials, it is now vital to significantly reduce … Continue reading

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ASP 14: Do not debate matters in court, ICC principals tell Assembly

Strong opposition to Kenya’s attempts to discuss the use of recanted evidence at the Assembly of States Parties emerged in a letter dispatched to its President, Sidiki Kaba, on Saturday.

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