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ICC advocate Eduardo Gonzalez Cueva discusses the ICC campaign on a popular radio program. The radio is an excellent medium for raising awareness about the ICC, especially in parts of the world where NGOs have limited access to television and print media.
The resources in this section are designed for use in activism and general awareness-raising about the ICC and include books, audio-visual public education and classroom instruction tools for individuals, NGOs, academics and radio/television broadcasting stations.

Please note that where indicated, the copyright for materials provided in this section belong to individual organizations, and not the CICC. In some instances, the copyrights are shared by the CICC and another organization. While we encourage the wide dissemination of these materials, we recommend that you please contact the organizations directly should you wish to use these materials for purposes which might be considered more extensive than ‘fair use’.

Books
Compilation of Core Documents of the International Criminal Court
In one compact book, entitled Compilation of Core Documents of the International Criminal Court, the CICC has assembled the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court, the Rules of Procedure and Evidence, Elements of Crimes, and Final Act (Resolutions E and F). As stated in the foreword by William R. Pace, Convenor of the CICC, it is the CICC's hope that this useful reference will "spread.understanding of the ICC" to all those committed to making the ICC an effective, fair, and independent court. Introducing the historic documents is a selection of relevant quotes concerning the Rome Statute. To obtain a copy of this book at a cost of $8 or €10, contact Sasha Tenenbaum at the CICC Secretariat in New York at: [email protected] or Oriane Maillet in The Hague at: [email protected].

History and Analysis of UN Security Council Resolutions 1422/1487
The CICC has released a publication, entitled History and Analysis of UN Security Council Resolutions 1422/1487: Controversial resolutions proposed by the United States seeking immunity from the International Criminal Court, which tracks the events surrounding the US ' efforts in the Security Council from May 2002 through June 2004. To obtain a copy of the booklet at a cost of $8 or €10, contact the CICC Secretariat in New York at: [email protected] or in The Hague at: [email protected].

The International Criminal Court: Volumes I and II
Also available are two compilations featuring analyses of the Rome Statute and subsequent documents adopted by the Assembly of States Parties, written by scholars in international criminal law:

Lee, Roy (ed.), et al. "The International Criminal Court: The Making of the Rome Statute Issues, Negotiations, Results," published by Kluwer Law International (1999). Cost: $35

Lee, Roy (ed.), et al. "The International Criminal Court: Elements of Crimes and Rules of Procedure and Evidence," published by Transnational Publishers (2001). Cost: $40

Contact the CICC Secretariat in New York at: [email protected]
Academic Papers and Reports
Author Date and Title
Claude E. Welch Jr. and Ashley F. Watkins
Nov 2011
Extending Enforcement: The Coalition for the International Criminal Court