Assembly of States Parties 2017

 

From 4-14 December 2017, International Criminal Court (ICC) member states will gather at the United Nations headquarters in New York for the annual session of the Assembly of States Parties to the Rome Statute (ASP).

 

During annual ASP sessions, stakeholders in the international justice system discuss and decide upon matters key to the future functioning of the ICC.

The session in 2017 will be no different. As the ICC’s governing body, the Assembly of States Parties will over 10 days decide on the Court's management and strategic direction, the election of six new judges, the 2018 ICC budget, matters of non-cooperation, and potentially the activation of the Court's jurisdiction over the crime of aggression, among other topics.

 

Accreditation to the ASP

The Coalition for the ICC facilitates the participation of NGOs in sessions of the Assembly of States Parties. In order to attend an ASP session, each individual must be formally accredited to the ASP. Accreditation can be requested though the Coalition for the ICC by using the form below.

The accreditation process for the 16th session of the Assembly of States Parties, taking place at United Nations Headquarters in New York from 4 - 14 December 2017, will open in August 2017. For further questions regarding accreditation, please contact the Coalition Secretariat at [email protected].

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