In An Open Letter to Trudeau, AI Says Canada Must Support ICC Decision to Investigate War Crimes in Palestine

LONDON, Monday, March 02, 2020 (WAFA) – In an open letter to Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Amnesty International (AI) said Canada must support the decision of the International Criminal Court (ICC) to investigate war crimes in the occupied Palestinian territory. It said that as Canada has been an important supporter of the work of …

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Int’l Community Urged to Reject Sri Lankan Domestic Justice Mechanism & Refer Sri Lanka to ICC, ICJ: TGTE –

The Transnational Government of Tamil Eelam (TGTE) urges the United Nations Human Rights Council and the international community at large to reject a “domestically designed and executed reconciliation and accountability process” as described by Sri Lanka’s Foreign Relations Minister Dinesh Gunawardena yesterday before the UNHRC as a suitable replacement for the international judicial process mandated …

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More support key for counter-terrorism in Africa, where ‘misogyny is at the heart of so many’ groups

Members issued a statement strongly condemning terrorism “in all forms and manifestations”, and urged stepped up support to countries in areas such as training and in developing regional strategies and action plans. In her briefing to ambassadors, UN political affairs chief Rosemary DiCarlo outlined the reach of groups such as Al-Shabaab in Somalia and East …

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Violent extremism prevention ‘only effective’ if human rights are enshrined

“Prevention is an important and necessary tool but it will only be effective when it is practised in a way that protects and affirms rights”, Fionnuala Ní Aoláin, UN Special Rapporteur on the protection and promotion of human rights and fundamental freedoms while countering terrorism, said when presenting her latest report to the Human Rights …

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ANICJ Brings You Weekly News on International Criminal Justice Le RAJPI vous Apporte des Nouvelles Hebdomadaires sur la Justice Pénale Internationale

Merit-Based Nominations Key to Elect Most Qualified Judges In December 2020, the International Criminal Court’s (ICC) Assembly of States Parties (ASP) will elect a new prosecutor, its own new president, and six new judges. This turnover in leadership comes at an appropriate moment for positive change, particularly in light of increasing criticism of the court …

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COMMUNIQUE ISSUED AT THE END OF THE NCICC CONSULTATIVE WORKSHOP ON THE DOMESTICATION OF THE ROME STATUTE BILL OF THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT IN NIGERIA

INTRODUCTION The Nigerian Coalition for the International Criminal Court (NCICC) in conjunction with the Federal Ministry of Justice held a one-day Consultative Workshop on the domestication of the Rome Statute bill of the International Criminal Court in Nigeria. The workshop was held on 7th November, 2019 at the Olusegun Obasanjo Auditorium, Federal Ministry of Justice, …

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RAPPORT DE L’ATELIER DE 2 JOURS SUR RENFORCER LA VOIX DE LA SOCIÉTÉ CIVILE CONTRE L’IMPUNITÉ EN AFRIQUE : STRATÉGIE DE PLAIDOYER ET DE COMMUNICATION. THÈME : CONSTRUIRE UNE VOIX FORTE DE LA SOCIÉTÉ CIVILE CONTRE L’IMPUNITÉ EN AFRIQUE : STRATÉGIE DE PLAIDOYER ET DE COMMUNICATION. DATE: 30 & 31 JUILLET 2019 LIEU : HÔTEL FANA, ROUTES DES ALMADIES, DAKAR

LISTES DES PARTICIPANTS S/N NAME   COUNTRY ORGANISATION EMAIL PHONE NUMBER 1 Mamadou Bailo Bah Guinee Association des Familles Disparu Bailobah289@gmail.com +224 622-41-41-91 2 Edigah Kavulavu Kenya International Commission of Jurists (ICJ- Kenya) kavulavu.edigha@icj-kenya.org +254 720791579 3 Kito Marie Masimango RDC CN-CPI/RDC kitomasimango@gmail.com +243 811207461 4 Diahara Toure Mali CNAV   +223 75511663 5 Christiane …

RAPPORT DE L’ATELIER DE 2 JOURS SUR RENFORCER LA VOIX DE LA SOCIÉTÉ CIVILE CONTRE L’IMPUNITÉ EN AFRIQUE : STRATÉGIE DE PLAIDOYER ET DE COMMUNICATION. THÈME : CONSTRUIRE UNE VOIX FORTE DE LA SOCIÉTÉ CIVILE CONTRE L’IMPUNITÉ EN AFRIQUE : STRATÉGIE DE PLAIDOYER ET DE COMMUNICATION. DATE: 30 & 31 JUILLET 2019 LIEU : HÔTEL FANA, ROUTES DES ALMADIES, DAKARRead More »

REPORT OF THE 2 DAY WORKSHOP ON BUILDING STRONG CIVIL SOCIETY VOICE AGAINST IMPUNITY IN AFRICA: ADVOCACY & COMMUNICATION STRATEGY. THEME: BUILDING STRONG CIVIL SOCIETY VOICE AGAINST IMPUNITY IN AFRICA: ADVOCACY & COMMUNICATION STRATEGY. DATE: JULY, 30 & 31 2019 VENUE: FANA HOTEL, ROUTES DES ALMADIES, DAKAR SENEGAL

LIST OF PARTICIPANTS S/N NAME   COUNTRY ORGANISATION EMAIL PHONE NUMBER 1 Mamadou Bailo Bah Guinee Association des Familles Disparu Bailobah289@gmail.com +224 622-41-41-91 2 Edigah Kavulavu Kenya International Commission of Jurists (ICJ- Kenya) kavulavu.edigha@icj-kenya.org +254 720791579 3 Kito Marie Masimango RDC CN-CPI/RDC kitomasimango@gmail.com +243 811207461 4 Diahara Toure Mali CNAV   +223 75511663 5 Christiane …

REPORT OF THE 2 DAY WORKSHOP ON BUILDING STRONG CIVIL SOCIETY VOICE AGAINST IMPUNITY IN AFRICA: ADVOCACY & COMMUNICATION STRATEGY. THEME: BUILDING STRONG CIVIL SOCIETY VOICE AGAINST IMPUNITY IN AFRICA: ADVOCACY & COMMUNICATION STRATEGY. DATE: JULY, 30 & 31 2019 VENUE: FANA HOTEL, ROUTES DES ALMADIES, DAKAR SENEGALRead More »

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