Electing the Next ICC Prosecutor: Reflections From Sudanese Civil Society

Sudanese have watched the International Criminal Court (ICC) struggle to address crimes committed in their country for the last 15 years. In that time, no trials have started and six suspects remain outside the custody of the court. This experience gives activists in Sudan, who have closely followed the work of the court, unique insight into both the opportunity that selecting the next prosecutor presents and the challenges that will face that prosecutor once he or she takes up the position. read more

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