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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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Five facts about the ICC’s new home

The International Criminal Court made the long-awaited move to its new and permanent premises in The Hague, the Netherlands this month. Here are five facts about the building.

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Ten ways states can support the ICC

The ICC relies on states to enforce its decisions, arrest fugitives, protect victims and witnesses, and host convicted and acquitted persons. Without this cooperation, international justice simply cannot function. Here are 10 of the many ways for states to support the ICC system.

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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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Still falling short—the ICC’s capacity crisis

In this guest post, Elizabeth Evenson, senior international justice counsel at Human Rights Watch and Jonathan O’Donohue, legal adviser for Amnesty International and leader of the Coalition for the International Criminal Court’s Budget and Finance team, argue that the ICC’s proposed expansion … Continue reading

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