Opinion

  • 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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  • New Opinion Piece Series: The Cost of Hibernated Investigations

    Amnesty International and the World Federalist Movement introduce a series of opinion pieces by civil society organizations challenging the ASP…

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  • Open Letter from Amnesty International Secretary General Agnès Callamard to ICC Prosecutor Karim Khan on the commencement of your term in office

    Prosecutor, Karim Khan On behalf of Amnesty International, I congratulate you on assuming office as Prosecutor of the International Criminal…

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  • [Stakeholder report] More attention needed to local stakeholders’ and affected communities’ engagement with the ICC

    Today, the T.M.C. Asser Instituut and Amnesty International release their report entitled ‘The Rome Statute at 40’ Based on an expert…

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  • 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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  • Still waiting for an International Criminal Court Afghanistan investigation

    Still waiting for an International Criminal Court Afghanistan investigation Legal Adviser Jonathan O’Donohue highlights the urgent need for 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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  • 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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  • 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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