Rights of victims

— Issues

  • 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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  • The tortuous path to peace in the Central African Republic

    Amnesty International’s Campaigner for Central Africa Tity Agbahey (@tityagb) reflects on the importance of the Special Criminal Court…

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  • Amnesty International’s key recommendations for ASP17

    Amnesty International released its key recommendations for the seventeenth session of the Assembly of States Parties to the Rome Statute…

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  • The Government of Sri Lanka cannot afford to fail the Office of Missing Persons

    Biraj Patnaik, Amnesty International’s Regional Director for South Asia considers the progress of the recently established Office on Missing Persons…

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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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  • Bemba case highlights need for reparative justice

    In this final piece in our series commenting on the Bemba Appeals Judgment (previous ones here, here,…

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  • Bemba fair trials ICC Appeals Chamber that on 8 June acquitted Mr Bemba from charges of war crimes and crimes against humanity

    Bemba Appeals Judgment highlights the challenges of charging sexual violence crimes

    In this second opinion piece on the Bemba Appeals Judgment, Amnesty’s International Justice Team considers the majority’s finding that…

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  • Bemba fair trials ICC Appeals Chamber that on 8 June acquitted Mr Bemba from charges of war crimes and crimes against humanity

    Lessons must be learned from the Bemba case as a whole

    Over the next two weeks, Amnesty’s International Justice Team will post a series of opinion pieces examining key issues…

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