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The Coalition for the ICC and the need to renew the hope in international criminal justice

Press Release- States Must Condemn US Attacks Against the ICC

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WFM-IGP

Coalition for the ICC's Letter to the U.S. President

Author: 
Coalition for the ICC

Press Release- CICC Urges President Trump to Stop Threatening ICC

Author: 
Coalition for the International Criminal Court

WFM-IGP Press Release: UN Security Council must act decisively to control the COVID-19 pandemic

Author: 
World Federalist Movement – Institute for Global Policy (WFM-IGP)
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Civil society condemns the U.S. government’s attack against ICC officials and their families

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WFM-IGP Press Release: US Must Stop Shameful Attacks Against the ICC

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WFM-IGP
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Civil society calls the U.S. government to recant its ICC sanctions policy

Press Release- United States issues new sanctions threat against ICC Judges and Prosecutors

Author: 
Coalition for the ICC
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An important message for victims of sexual violence in Colombia: "We DO believe you"

Coalition for the International Criminal Court Press Release: ICC fails victims in Afghanistan

Author: 
Coalition for the International Criminal Court

PRESS RELEASE: 4TH REGIONAL STRATEGY MEETING FOR THE AMERICAS -CIVIL SOCIETY REQUESTS A STRONGER PRESENCE FROM THE ICC IN THE REGION

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CICC
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4th Regional Strategy Meeting for the Americas: Civil Society requests a stronger presence from the ICC in the region

FINAL RECOMMENDATIONS: Regional Strategy Meeting for the Americas - Lima, 2018

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CICC
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Organization of American States / States reiterate their commitment to the International Criminal Court

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Honduras

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Panama

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The Guatemala Genocide trial resumes

Judicial Elections 2017 Questionnaire - Ariela Peralta, Uruguay

Author: 
Ariela Peralta

Judicial Elections 2017 Questionnaire - Luz del Carmen Ibañez Carranza, Peru

Author: 
Luz del Carmen Ibañez Carranza
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Global justice advances as Paraguay adopts ICC law

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United States

The United States of America has signed the Rome Statute, but has indicated it does not intend to ratify it. The US has partially incorporated Rome Statute offenses into national laws, and has an observer status during the Assembly of States Parties.

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