Category Archives: ASP

ASP 14: Negotiating the 2016 ICC budget

Ahead of ASP 14 next week, governments are negotiating the International Criminal Court budget for 2016. So what is is the ICC asking for and what is it likely to get?

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Assembly of States Parties 14 – The basics

The International Criminal Court’s governing body begins its annual session next week to discuss matters crucial to the future of international justice. But what is the Assembly of States Parties and what’s up for discussion? Here are the basics.

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#GlobalJustice Weekly—Endless violence in Libya

In global justice news this week: The ICC Prosecutor addresses the UN Security Council on Libya’s “seemingly endless cycle of violence”; Amnesty International calls for rejection of Kenyan and South African agenda proposals for the 14th Assembly of States Parties; … Continue reading

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Assembly of States Parties: Looking back to move forward

With the annual session of the Assembly of States Parties opening in The Hague in November, take a look back at last year’s meeting of ICC’s governing body in our new report.

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Mali: ICC to expedite proceedings in al Faqi case

During the first appearance of a Tuareg rebel before the ICC for cultural war crimes allegedly committed in Mali, the sitting judge indicated that measures would be taken to speed up the proceedings – one of several important initiatives being … Continue reading

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