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Armenia: Make never again a reality

Armenia can pay tribute to victims of past atrocities and ensure protection under the rule of law for future generations by joining the ICC.

Artak Kirakosyan, chairman of the Civil Society Institute Armenia:

“As a country of a nation who has survived through genocide, Armenia should be a pioneer in spreading international justice.”

Join our call on President Serzh Sargsyan to join the ICC.

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Two Asian candidates in running for ICC bench
Jordan and The Philippines have put forward candidates to fill a judicial vacancy on the ICC bench this coming June.

Watch a panel discussion we held with the nominees.

Learn more about our Campaign on ICC Elections.


Expert panel reports on ICC judicial candidates

An expert panel has released its report on the two candidates from the Asia-Pacific region vying to fill a judicial vacancy at the ICC this June. Read more...

Netherlands to deport Ngudjolo

Dutch authorities are set to deport Congolese militia leader Mathieu Ngudjolo Chui after a court rejected his second asylum request. Read more...

DRC reacts to ICC judgments

Reactions from Democratic Republic of Congo's Ituri province to the confirmed acquittal of Ngudjolo Chui and other recent ICC decisions. Read more...

ICC fugitive Al-Bashir’s travel curtailed

In a rebuke to ICC fugitives, Sudanese President Omar Al-Bashir was forced to cancel a trip to Indonesia in April. Read more...

Ongwen: Concerns over victims’ legal representation

Victims in Uganda are concerned about their representation in the ICC case against former Lord’s Resistance Army commander Dominic Ongwen. Read more...

Satellite imagery as evidence for international crimes

Dr. Patrick Kroker considers how the ICC might make use of satellite photos as evidence. Read more...


Bringing CIA torture to justice

Andreas Schüller of the European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights discusses how global civil society has been fighting impunity in the United States. Read more...

Is ISIS out of the ICC’s reach?

The Islamic State in Iraq and Syria has shocked the world with its barbarity, but could the perpetrators of such heinous crimes be held accountable? Read more...

Mexico and EU urged to criminalize ICC crimes

Civil society in Mexico and Europe are calling on the Mexican government and EU member states to advance the fight against impunity. Read more...

Tragic murder of Ugandan prosecutor Kagezi

We join the world in condemning the tragic murder last month of Ugandan international crimes prosecutor Joan Kegazi. Read more...

MEPs call on EU to welcome Palestine to ICC

A group of MEPs wants to know why the EU as a whole hasn’t welcomed Palestine’s accession to the ICC Rome Statute. Read more...

ICC Prosecutor: Civil society support crucial

A close partnership between the ICC and civil society is vital to delivering justice to victims, says ICC Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda. Read more...
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Rome Statute: 123
Agreement on Privileges and Immunities: 74

Kampala Amendments
Crime of Aggression: 23
Article 8: 24

Focus Countries 2015

April: Malaysia
May: Armenia
June: Sri Lanka

*Each month we call on different countries to join the ICC as part of our Campaign for Global Justice.


11 May: Advancing Global Justice in a Turbulent World, The Hague Institute for Global Justice, The Hague. 

12 May: Options for accountability for international crimes in Syria, The Syria Justice and Accountability Centre, Washington DC.

12 May: ICC prosecutor report to the UN Security Council on Libya, UN Headquarters, New York

13 May: Forum on Transitional Justice, University of Rosario, Coalition for the ICC, Bogota.

20 May: Panel Discussion on Evidence-Based Fact-Finding, the Hague Institute for Global Justice, The Hague 
29 May: Reconciliation v. Accountability: Balancing Interests of Peace and Justice, Forum for International Criminal and Humanitarian Law, Peace Palace, The Hague
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