From 5-12 December 2018, International Criminal Court member states will convene at the World Forum Convention Center in The Hague for the 17th annual session of the Assembly of States Parties to the Rome Statute.

Serving as the governing body of the Court, the ASP meets in full plenary once a year to discuss and decide upon matters key to the future functioning of the ICC. Civil society is there every step of the way, monitoring sessions and interacting with delegates, in order to advocate for a fair, effective and independent ICC.

Check back for updates as they become available.

Accreditation to the ASP

In order to attend and participate in the Assembly, individual members must be formally accredited. The Coalition facilitates the participation of its members to the session. Civil society can request accreditation through either the Coalition umbrella, or directly through the Secretariat of the ASP

Accreditation is now open, with a deadline of 26 October 2018. For questions regarding accreditation please contact the Coalition Secretariat at 

request accreditation

ASP Resources and Links

In the lead-up to the Assembly, the Coalition Secretariat and its members publish a number of key documents, including letters, recommendations, and other advocacy tools.

What is the Assembly of States Parties?

CICC ASP16 Internal Summary Report

The Secretariat of the Assembly of States Parties makes essential documents available, including the daily journal and other resources for delegates. 

Provisional program of work

Participant Handbook

New documents will be published here as they are made available. 

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