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Civil society to join ICC member states at ASP 13

From 8-17 December, civil society will join ICC member states in New York for the 13th Assembly of States Parties (ASP) to address issues central to the Court's operations. A new ASP president and six new judges will be elected, the Court's 2015 budget will be adopted and there will be a special debate on increasing cooperation with the Court. Sign up for emails and visit our #GlobalJustice blog to stay updated.

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International Community Must Redouble Efforts to End Impunity


The 13th session of the Assembly of States Parties ended with governments, the Court and civil society committing to redouble efforts to stamp out continuing impunity for perpetrators of grave crimes in all over the world. “The ICC cannot operate without the vital support of all partners in the fight against impunity for grave crimes that continue afflict untold numbers of victims all over the world,” said William R. Pace, convenor of the Coalition for the ICC. “Never before in history have we had the means to deal with these crimes; we cannot fail to take advantage of the opportunity to strengthen and broaden the Rome Statute system. This Assembly has highlighted the great desire for accountability among all peoples—we must now all redouble our efforts to make justice truly global.” Read more...

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