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ICC seeks Asia-Pacific judge

ICC member states have until 31 March to put forward candidates to fill a judicial vacancy on the Court’s bench – a position left open by the resignation of a Filipino judge last year. With only nominees from Asia-Pacific eligible for election, we’re calling on the region’s governments to put forward highly qualified candidates to boost their representation at the Court.

DRC victims in line for collective reparations


Victims of grave crimes by convicted militia leader Thomas Lubanga in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) are in line to receive collective reparations following a key ruling by ICC appeals judges this week. The Appeals Chamber set out principles and procedures for reparations, amending an initial reparations order in the Court’s landmark first trial. The Trust Fund for Victims, established under the ICC Rome Statute, now has six months to present a plan to trial judges to implement the decision. Read more...

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March 2015
Help us call on Ukraine to join the ICC!

6 Mar: Confirmation of charges hearing in Dominic Ongwen case postponed to 21 January 2016.

3 Mar: Appeals judges amend order for reparations to victims in the Lubanga case.

3 Mar: ICC Appeals Chamber confirms arrest warrant for Abdallah Banda.

2 Mar: Much work remains to be done to stop war-time gender-based violence.
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