Preliminary examinations

— Courts

  • The Prosecutor’s next steps on Afghanistan will determine the future of the International Criminal Court

    Legal Adviser Jonathan O’Donohue sets out Amnesty International’s call for the Office of the Prosecutor (OTP) to appeal Pre-Trial…

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  • ICC-ASP17: States Parties’ rhetorical commitments not matched by actions

    This year’s Assembly of States Parties session took place following renewed attacks on the Court by the USA, and ‘threats…

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  • Nigeria: Willingly unable: ICC preliminary examination and Nigeria’s failure to address impunity for international crimes

    Since 2009, Northeast Nigeria has been the scene of an armed conflict between Boko Haram and the Nigerian security forces,…

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  • ICC advances towards investigating crimes committed against the Rohingya

    Legal Adviser Jonathan O’Donohue, with the important contributions of International Criminal Justice Clinic students Andy Kuoch and Stuart…

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  • “They betrayed us”: Women who survived Boko Haram raped, starved and detained in Nigeria

    Since early 2015, the Nigerian military has recaptured vast swathes of territory that had come under the control of Boko…

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  • Don’t ask and you won’t receive – Will the ICC request the resources it needs in 2019?

    Drawing on their long experience of following the ICC’s annual budget process, Matt Cannock - Head of Amnesty’s Centre for…

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  • The Philippines: Rome Statute withdrawal illogical and futile

    Matt Cannock, Head of Office of Amnesty International’s Centre for International Justice, comments on the Philippines’ withdrawal from the ICC…

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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…

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  • duterte philippines war on drugs

    ICC examination into drug killings in the Philippines a crucial moment for justice

    Amnesty International's press release following news that the prosecutor of the ICC will open a preliminary examination into the "war…

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