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Indonesia must not host Al-Bashir

Ten years after the situation in Darfur was referred to the ICC, Sudanese President Omar Al-Bashir is still travelling around the world. Al-Bashir has been invited to attend an Asia-Africa summit in Indonesia this month, but civil society is doing its best to convince Indonesia to rescind the invitation. Al-Bashir is accused of war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide in Darfur. The ICC has issued two warrants for his arrest.

ICC Rome Statute enters into force in Palestine


The entry into force this week of Palestine’s accession to the Rome Statute of the ICC is a step towards accountability and justice for victims in one of the world’s longest-running conflicts. “The Rome Statute’s entry into force in Palestine gives hope to victims in both Palestine and Israel that they might see justice done and the conflict brought to a peaceful end,” said William R. Pace, convenor of the Coalition for the ICC. “The international community must now stand with victims of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, support the ICC process and efforts to promote accountability at the national level.” Read more...

April 2015
Help us call on Malaysia to join the ICC!

17 Apr: MEPs call on EU to welcome Palestines accession to the ICC.

15 Apr: ICC Prosecutor: Civil society partnerships crucial.

9 Apr: A months worth of global justice news in the latest Coalition Bulletin.

8 Apr: "Limited prospects" to investigate ISIS leadership, says ICC prosecutor.

8 Apr: Challenges lay ahead for the new ICC presidency.

1 Apr: Palestine joins the ICC.
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