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17 candidates vying for six spots on ICC judges’ bench

Becoming a judge at the ICC is one of the most prestigious jobs in the field of international criminal law, the high point of many jurists’ careers. Seventeen countries have now met the deadline to put forward candidates for the … Continue reading

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All you need to know about electing ICC judges – video and infographic

In December 2014, governments will elect six new ICC judges. In this video interview Coalition Convenor William R. Pace underlines the need for ICC member states to nominate and elect the most highly qualified candidates to ensure the Court’s long-term fairness, … Continue reading

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Wanted: Highly qualified candidates to become ICC judges

As the nomination period for the election of six future ICC judges opens, we’re urging governments to put forward the most highly qualified candidates in a fair, transparent and merit-based election process. From 28 April to 20 July, ICC member … Continue reading

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