Category Archives: Ratification and Implementation of the Rome Statute

Laos: Show leadership in ASEAN by joining ICC

Global civil society is this month calling on Laos to accede to Rome Statute to end impunity for war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide. Add your voice to our petition urging President Sayasone to join the fight for global … Continue reading

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Hopes for justice in 2016

Civil society members of the Coalition for the ICC share their expectations for accountability for grave crimes in Guinea, Georgia, Colombia, Burundi and Kenya this year.

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Cameroon: Join the ICC by ratifying Rome Statute

Cameroon’s president Paul Biya should prove his commitment to give his citizens the protection of international law by joining the International Criminal Court (ICC). Add your voice – call on Cameroon to ratify the Rome Statute.

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The ICC’s year in numbers – 2015

Based in The Hague, the International Criminal Court tries individuals for war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide committed from 2002 onwards. Victims can participate in proceedings and receive reparations. Learn more about the Court’s work in 2015.

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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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