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Members' Media Statements
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In this section, you will find press releases, media advisories, and statements issued by member organizations of the CICC.
NGO Letters, Papers, Reports, and Statements
Author Date and Title
African civil society groups
01 July 2015
Civil Society Declaration on Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir’s visit to South Africa without Arrest
Human Rights Watch
30 June 2015
UN Human Rights Council: Interactive Dialogue with the Independent Expert on the Central African Republic
ISS
30 June 2015
Omar al-Bashir at the AU summit: The fragility of security without justice
International Justice Project
27 June 2015
OPEN LETTER TO UN SECURITY COUNCIL MEMBERS ON DARFUR
African & International NGOs
26 June 2015
African civil society statement on South Africa’s failure to arrest Omar al-Bashir
ICTJ
26 June 2015
At ICTJ Conference, Congolese Magistrates Discuss Strategy for Prosecuting International Crimesq
James Goldston, OSJI
26 June 2015
An ICC Investigation of Possible War Crimes in Palestine Could Benefit All Involved
NGO Media Statements
Author Date and Title
FIDH
30 June 2015
UN Security Council and States Must Cooperate with ICC on Darfur Investigation and Arrest Warrants
PCHR
30 June 2015
Gaza: States must act on UN Commission’s recommendations
CIHRS
29 June 2015
A step towards ending Israeli impunity, and realizing longstanding peace in the region
FIDH
29 June 2015
Gaza: States must act on UN Commission’s recommendations
Human Rights Watch
29 June 2015
Afghanistan: Generals Put Civilians at Risk
CICC
26 June 2015
International community must take action over Al-Bashir
FIDH
26 June 2015
Joint statement on the use of barrel bombs by Syrian governmental forces