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New patterns of grave human rights violations emerging in Burundi will end in disaster if left unchecked warned the UN human rights chief in a new report released today.
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.
With the annual session of the Assembly of States Parties opening in The Hague in November, take a look back at last year’s meeting of ICC’s governing body in our new report.
International Justice Day is a time to celebrate advances in international justice, but it’s also an opportunity to build on those advances. That’s why our Coalition called on El Salvador to join the ICC this past 17 July.
The National Assembly of the DRC took an important step in the fight against impunity earlier this month by adopting a bill that incorporates the ICC Rome Statute into domestic law.