Tag Archives: Sudan

Darfur ICC referral turns 10: Reflections on the troubled path to accountability

31 March marked ten years since the United Nations Security Council passed Resolution 1593 referring the situation in Darfur to the ICC. In this post from the International Coalition for the Responsibility to Protect (ICRtoP), Matthew Redding speaks with the International Justice … Continue reading

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#GlobalJusticeWeekly – Indonesia: Say no to ICC fugitive Al-Bashir

BashirWatch is calling on Indonesia to withdraw an invitation to Omar Al-Bashir to an Asia-Africa summit next month, or to arrest and transfer the Sudanese president to the ICC if he enters the country.

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Darfur’s ICC referral turns 10 years old

Ten years after the UN Security Council referred the situation in Darfur to the ICC, justice has yet to be done, say Mariana Rodriguez-Pareja and Stephen Lamony in this guest post from the Huffington Post.

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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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‘Sovereignty’ no defense against ICC action in Sudan

In this guest post from openGlobalRights, Kamal Elgizouli counters government claims that ‘sovereignty’ is a defense against ICC action in Sudan, and that international standards, many of which Sudan itself signed, make clear a state’s treatment of its own citizens is of international … Continue reading

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