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International Criminal Court President Silvia Fernandez de Gurmendi with dignitaries at the opening of the Court’s permanent premises in The Hague in April 2016. A former Argentinian diplomat instrumental in the successful negotiations for the Rome Statute, de Gurmendi was elected president in March 2015. © UN Photo/Rick Bajornas
When hope and history rhyme: The International Criminal Court is here to stay

In the week that global civil society gathers in The Hague for its annual roundtable meeting with the International Criminal Court, ICC President Judge Silvia Fernández de Gurmendi reflects on the crucial role of the Coalition for the ICC in advancing, and safeguarding, the Rome Statute system of international criminal justice. A contribution to our 20th anniversary blog series When hope and history rhyme.

Calls for accountability in Israel and Palestine


In Global Justice news last week: Calls for accountability for alleged Israeli and Palestinian crimes during 2014 Gaza conflict; prosecution of sexual and gender-based crimes gaining momentum; ICC to deliver sentence in the case against Jean Pierre Bemba tomorrow 21 June; and much more. Click through to read a summary of this weeks news.


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