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International Criminal Court launches campaign to increase representation of Latin America and Caribbean Counsels 

International Criminal Court launches campaign to increase representation of Latin America and Caribbean Counsels 

ICC hosts the Second Asia-Pacific Regional Seminar of Judges on the Rome Statute and the International Criminal Court

ICC hosts the Second Asia-Pacific Regional Seminar of Judges on the Rome Statute and the International Criminal Court.

Statement of the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court on NGO roundtable on crimes against children

From 14-15 Nov ICC Prosecutor Office will held a roundtable with national and international civil society organisations (CSOs) on crimes against and affecting children, at the seat of the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague.

Judge Rafael Altamira and the Centenary of his appointment in The Hague

On the occasion of the tribute to Judge Rafael Altamira (1921) for the centenary of his appointment as Judge of the Permanent Court of International Justice in The Hague, the Embassy of Spain in The Hague and the Hispanic Association of The Hague organized the lecture "Rafael Altamira, a civilizer among civilizers at the Permanent Court of International Justice" by Yolanda Gamarra Chopo, Professor of International Public Law and International Relations at the University of Zaragoza.

The ICC opens its doors on The Hague’s Just Peace Open Day

More than 850 people visited the International Criminal Court (ICC) on Sunday, 16 October 2022, when it opened its headquarters for The Hague’s Just...

From Nuremberg to The Hague – the quest for peace and justice

Jan van Zanen the Mayor of The Hague reflex on the quest for peace and justice.

A Special Tribunal for Ukraine?

Steven van Hoogstraten, Former director Carnegie Foundation examine the general mood is that perpetrators of war crimes and crimes against humanity in Ukraine should be held to account in a court of law, more precisely at the International Criminal Court in the Hague.

Romania makes first voluntary contribution to the Trust Fund for Victims

The Government of Romania made its first ever voluntary contribution of €20,000 through the Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Agency for International Development Cooperation.

ICC judges agree on reforms in response to Independent Expert Review at annual retreat

International Criminal Court judges held their annual judicial retreat at the Siracusa International Institute for Criminal Justice and Human rights.

The Embassy of Ireland and the Trust Fund for Victims conclude a joint monitoring visit

A monitory visit by the TFV and the Embassy of Ireland for delegates to see the transformation provided the the TFV.

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