Tag Archives: Committee on Budget and Finance

The ICC at risk

In this post from OpenDemocracy, Human Rights Watch’s Elizabeth Evenson and Amnesty International’s Jonathan O’Donohue argue that with demands for justice rising across the world both the ICC and its member states urgently need to deal with a capacity crisis … Continue reading

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ICC member states to meet for annual session – what’s on the agenda?

Next week, civil society from across the world will join ICC member states and other stakeholders in New York for the annual session of the Court’s governing body—the Assembly of States Parties (ASP). As the ICC’s management, oversight and legislative … Continue reading

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Concerns over lack of choice of ICC budget experts

Civil society is concerned at the lack of competitiveness for upcoming elections to the budget oversight body that plays a vital role in the ICC’s administration. The December election for the Committee on Budget and Finance (CBF) is set to … Continue reading

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Coalition briefs expert body on ICC budget

This week, the Coalition’s budget and finance team briefed the Assembly of States Parties (ASP) expert body on budget and finance matters during its 23rd session in The Hague. The ICC is only able to fulfill its mandate if it … Continue reading

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