From 4-14 December 2023, the 22nd session of the Assembly of States Parties to the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court took place at the United Nations Headquarters, in New York. 

Serving as the management oversight and legislative body of the Court, the ICC Assembly of States Parties (the Assembly) 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. 

official icc ASSEMBLY OF STATES PARTIES website

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ASP22 Daily Summaries

Read our summaries of all the action and the key take-aways from each day of ASP22.

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#NGOVoices at ASP22

Civil society from around the world share their views and recommendations on what States and the Court can do, at this Assembly session, and look ahead to 2024. 

Civil society addresses #ASP22

Civil Society addresses ICC States Parties during the 22nd session of the ICC-ASP.

read the statements here 

ASP22 Side Events: Broadening the scope of ASP22 discussions

In the margins of the 22nd session of the Assembly of States Parties, civil society, States and the Court organized a number of side events. Civil society side events create a platform for dialogue among ASP participants, including the Court, States Parties and civil society.

see the full schedule of asp22 side events 

The Previous ICC-ASP Session #ASP21

Check out our summary of the main outcomes and takeaways from the 21st session of the Assembly of States Parties of the ICC that took place on 5-9 December 2022, in The Hague, the Netherlands.

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