Issues

  • Joint Statement on French Investigation of Syria’s President Assad for Chemical Weapons Attacks

    Syrian and international civil society organizations and victims' associations unite in call for justice and accountability for the survivors and…

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  • WEBINAR AGENDA: Towards a Convention on prevention and punishment of crimes against humanity

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  • International Justice Day: Harnessing the Rome Statute and strengthening the system of international justice

    On this International Justice Day, Amnesty International calls on all states to strengthen the system of international justice and the…

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  • INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT BURUNDI

    State non-cooperation and failure of international criminal tribunals to ensure release threaten the legitimacy of international justice

    Chuka Arinze-Onyia, Amnesty International’s International Justice in Africa Fellow, highlights the need for urgent solutions to the growing number of…

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  • The 2023 Budget – The True Test of State Parties’ Support for the ICC

    In this final opinion piece in the series, Amnesty International considers the Court’s budget request for 2023 and argues that,…

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  • Secondments of investigators to the OTP – A second best solution to the Court’s capacity crisis?

    In this third opinion piece in the series, Amnesty International examines the Prosecutor’s call for secondments from governments of…

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  • INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT BURUNDI

    Voluntary Contributions – Solution to the ICC’s Funding Crisis or Threat to its Independence and Effectiveness?

    In this second opinion piece in the series, Amnesty International examines the Prosecutor’s campaign for voluntary contributions for his…

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  • ASP

    Are there hidden costs of the ICC Prosecutor’s campaign for additional budget support, voluntary contributions and secondments?

    Chuka Arinze-Onyia, Amnesty International’s International Justice in Africa Fellow, introduces a new series of opinion pieces examining the capacity and…

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  • Must Justice Sleep or Hibernate for the Victims of the Philippines ‘War on Drugs’?

    Representatives of civil society from the Philippines following the ICC’s process describe their trepidation that, despite the recent decision by…

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