COALITION FOR THE ICC

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We are 2,500 civil society organizations, small and big, in 150 countries, fighting for global justice for war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide.

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Assembly of States Parties 2017

Fourth core ICC crime activated | Three war crimes amendments adopted | Six new ICC judges elected

The 16th session of the ICC's governing body took place from 4-14 December 2017.

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ASP 2017: Loose ends and reflections

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Historic activation of jurisdiction over crime of aggression at International Criminal Court

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ASP 2017: Day Nine

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ASP 2017: Day Eight

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ASP 2017 Day Seven

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ASP 2017 Day Six

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ASP 2017 Day 5

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#GlobalJustice Weekly: Six new ICC judges | Will Crime of Aggression be activated? | ICC preliminary examinations update 2017

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ASP 2017: Day 4

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ASP 2017: Day Three

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ASP 2017: Day Two

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ASP 2017: Day One

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ASP 2017: Seize historic chance to end era of impunity with ICC

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ASP Agenda 2017

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ASP 2017: State cooperation crucial for an effective ICC

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10 ways states can support the ICC and global justice

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ASP 2017: Give high-level political support to ICC

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ASP 16 Low down

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Talking justice at the UN General Assembly

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Election of budget experts key to independence of ICC

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ASP Committee: All 12 ICC judicial candidates pass the test - "six are particularly well qualified"

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Assembly of States Parties 2017

Historic activation: The Crime of Aggression

From 17 July 2018, the International Criminal Court will be able to hold leaders individually criminally responsible for waging aggressive war - with conditions. 

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ASP 2017

Campaign on ICC elections

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Meet the new ICC judges

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As human rights are threatened around the world, here's the inspirational story of the International Criminal Court and fight for global justice. 

 

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Historic activation of jurisdiction over crime of aggression at International Criminal Court

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The fight for global justice

Over 120 countries have joined the ICC Rome Statute. 70 have adopted laws to prosecute war criminals at home. Now it's time for the rest.

global justice

The ICC must evolve into the global court the world demands. We work for a fair, effective and independent ICC, with victims at its heart.

A strong ICC

International justice relies on the support of states to arrest fugitives, protect victims and witnesses and give the ICC the resources it needs.

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Why are the worst crimes punished the least?

Genocide. Crimes against humanity. War crimes. 

For too long, committed with impunity.

It's time for justice.

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The world's largest partnership advancing justice

“The Coalition has shown how much can be achieved when civil society, governments and international organizations come together to tackle global problems.”
 
Kofi Annan, former UN secretary general

When hope and history rhyme

Driven by a ground-breaking alliance between non-governmental organizations and ‘like-minded’ states, this is a movement to end impunity that has defied all the odds.

CHANGE CAN HAPPEN.

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