Tag Archives: Communications

ICC launches blog on outreach to affected communities

The ICC has launched a new blog on its outreach activities to communities affected by crimes under the Court’s jurisdiction. Contributing writers write of their efforts to “engage grassroots communities to inform them about victims’ rights, explain judicial proceedings, answer … Continue reading

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ICC Prosecutor: Civil society support crucial

A close partnership and open dialogue between the ICC and civil society is vital to fighting impunity and delivering justice for victims. That was the message of ICC Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda, who recently visited the International Federation for Human Rights … Continue reading

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How can the ICC use tech to improve its outreach?

For justice to truly be effective, it must be seen to be done. That’s why communications and outreach are so important to the ICC’s work. Can new technologies be used to improve the Court’s outreach?

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ASP 13 Day Seven: Hungarian judge elected | Importance of communications underscored

The 13th session of the Assembly of States Parties (ASP) to the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (ICC) continued today at the United Nations in New York. The Assembly will run until 17 December. We bring you a summary … Continue reading

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More communication needed to maximize impact of ICC preliminary examinations

Preliminary examinations (PEs) are carried out by the ICC prosecutor to determine whether to open a full investigation. They are also designed to deter possible violence and spur national prosecutions of grave crimes. Civil society is now calling on the … Continue reading

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