Tag Archives: International Criminal Court

UN Security Council: The responsibility not to veto

In this guest post, Angela Patnode of the International Coalition for the Responsibility to Protect, writes that two initiatives being presented at the UN this week can increase the political cost, and isolation, of permanent members of the Security Council … Continue reading

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Armenia: Make never again a reality

Armenia can say never again to genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity by joining the ICC. Add your voice by signing our petition.

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Tragic murder of Ugandan prosecutor Kagezi

We join the world in condemning the tragic murder last month of Ugandan international crimes prosecutor Joan Kegazi who had dedicated her life to fighting impunity.

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Throwing justice under the bus is not the way to go – by Richard Dicker

Past experience suggests warnings that international criminal trials impede peace efforts are overblown. The ICC prosecutor mustn’t politicize her mandate by paying heed to them, says Richard Dicker of Human Rights Watch in this guest post from openGlobalRights.

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Hope for Ugandan victims as justice catches up with ICC fugitive Ongwen

Ugandan militia leader Dominic Ongwen’s surrender and transfer to the International Criminal Court (ICC) gives hope to victims of the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) and sends a message to ICC fugitives that justice will eventually catch up with them.

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