Through justice, peace

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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Physically distant but united

The CICC Secretariat has adopted measures to safely continue working while limiting the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. All CICC Secretariat staff are following measures recommended by the WHO and local authorities. Staff is working remotely until further notice to ensure the health and safety of our communities and to observe physical or social distancing recommendations. The Coalition’s fight for global justice for atrocities continues unabated.

The Review of the ICC and the Rome Statute system 2020

Reviewing the ICC's performance for a strengthened Court AND ROME STATUTE SYSTEM

At the 18th session of the ICC-ASP in December 2019, States Parties established a formal process of review of the ICC and the Rome Statute system to identify and implement measures to strengthen and improve the performance of the Court.


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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 #GLOBALJUSTICE.

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Prosecutor v Mr. Gbagbo and Mr. Blé Goudé - ICC Appeals Chamber confirms Trial Chamber I’s acquittal decision

ICC Appeals Chamber confirms conviction and sentencing decision in the case Prosecutor v. Bosco Ntaganda

Follow-up to the IER Report – What will it look like?

Trial Chamber IX found Mr Dominic Ongwen guilty of 61 counts of Crimes Against Humanity and War Crimes

Historic activation: The Crime of Aggression

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


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.


Build the global justice movement

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.


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Invest in justice, invest in peace

Made up of 2,500 civil society organizations, small and big, in 150 countries , the Coalition for the International Criminal Court is the largest partnership in the world advancing international justice.

We made international justice happen. Now we're making it work.

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