Category Archives: Barriers to justice

Côte d’Ivoire : Non à l’amnistie pour les crimes les plus graves de la crise de 2010-11

Ligue ivoirienne des droits de l’Homme – LIDHO Mouvement ivoirien des droits humains – MIDH Action pour la protection des droits humains en Côte d’Ivoire – APDH Réseau acteurs ivoiriens des droits humains – RAIDH Coalition ivoirienne des défenseurs des droits humains – CIDDH Club Union Africaine Forum de la société civile ouest-africain Côte d’ivoire […]

Côte d’Ivoire: No Amnesty for Serious Crimes of 2010-11 Crisis

Ligue ivoirienne des droits de l’Homme – LIDHO Mouvement ivoirien des droits humains – MIDH Action pour la protection des droits humains en Côte d’Ivoire – APDH Réseau acteurs ivoiriens des droits humains – RAIDH Coalition ivoirienne des défenseurs des droits humains – CIDDH Club Union Africaine Forum de la société civile ouest-africain Côte d’ivoire […]

ICC ROME STATUTE 20TH ANNIVERSARY

The ICC at 20: All Roads Lead away from Rome 

Matt Cannock, Head of Amnesty’s Centre for International Justice, calls for an honest appraisal of the Court and Rome Statute’s first 20 years, a reinvigoration of a collective and even more inclusive ‘Post-Rome generation’ and creative reengagement with the Court with a view to the ‘ICC@40’

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The ICC must become a champion of justice over abuse of power

Legal Adviser Jonathan O’Donohue reflects on the 20th anniversary of the Rome Statute not as a time for celebration but a crisis point for international justice that demands robust action by the International Criminal Court (ICC).

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Malabo Protocol: what are the implications?

In June 2014, the African Union adopted the Malabo Protocol and called on AU member states to sign and ratify it. The Protocol extends the jurisdiction of the – yet to be established – African Court of Justice and Human Rights (ACJHR) to try crimes under international law and transnational crimes. What are the legal and institutional implications of this proposal?

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Amicus Curiae on Access to Court for Allegations of Torture

Submissions to the ECHR as Amici Curiae by Amnesty International and the International Commission of Jurists on the interpretation of the right of access to court under article 6(1) ECHR, and in particular relating to limitations on access to court to claim redress for torture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment committed outside the jurisdiction of the State.

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“Only Justice Can Heal Our Wounds”: Enforced Disappearance in Sri Lanka

In Sri Lanka, Enforced Disappearance has touched every community – spanning time, geography, ethnicity, religion, and class. There has been virtually no accountability for these grievous crimes. Read and download the latest Amnesty International’s report on this topic.