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  • Submission to ICC-OTP Consultation on Complementarity and Cooperation Policy – Amnesty International

    Amnesty International welcomes the opportunity to provide its comments on the International Criminal Court (ICC) Office of the Prosecutor’s…

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  • ICC-ASP 22: Amnesty International’s Key Recommendations

    Ahead of the 22nd Assembly of States Parties to the Rome Statute (ASP), Amnesty International publishes its Key Recommendations…

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  • ASP 20 STATEMENT: STATES MUST CONSIDER THE IMPACT OF THEIR CURRENT DECISIONS ON THE FUTURE OF THE ICC

    At the Twentieth Session of the Assembly of States Parties to the Rome Statute (ASP), it is critical for states…

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  • ICC-ASP 21: Key Recommendations and Materials

    This webpage will be updated throughout the 21st ASP session with key documents relevant to the ASP’s agenda, which can…

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  • 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…

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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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  • Israel/OPT: Call to Support ICC Investigation into ‘Situation in Palestine’ and Safeguard ICC Independence

    Amnesty International Public Statement: Israel/OPT - A call to support the ICC's investigation and safeguard the Court's independence…

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  • ICC-ASP 22: Key Criteria for Election as a Judge to the ICC

    At ASP22, states parties should elect the most-qualified candidates to be ICC judges. Amnesty International urges states parties to take…

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  • Two years too long; Time for the ICC Prosecutor to open a formal investigation in Nigeria

    Marking two years since the conclusion of the ICC’s preliminary examination in Nigeria, Sarah Mutseo Ngachi, Amnesty International’s International Justice…

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