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Trust Fund for Victims: Making reparative justice a meaningful reality for victims

The international community made a commitment to justice for victims of these most serious crimes by adopting the Rome Statute in 1998. The Statute created the International Criminal Court (ICC) for prosecuting those responsible for these crimes and provided for a Trust Fund for Victims (TFV) to make the funds of the convicted persons and additional voluntary contributions available for the benefit of the victims.

Lithuania makes first voluntary contribution to the TFV

Lithuania makes first voluntary contribution to the TFV, in support of the assistance programme in Georgia The Trust Fund for Victims (TFV) at the International...

Australian delegation unveils artwork donation to International Criminal Court

H.E. Mr Matthew E.K. Neuhaus, Ambassador of Australia to The Netherlands, and ICC President Judge Piotr Hofmański unveiling the artwork ©ICC-CPI On 31 May 2021,...

Ntaganda case: ICC Trial Chamber VI orders reparations for victims

Today, 8 March 2021, Trial Chamber VI of the International Criminal Court (“ICC” or “Court”) delivered in a public hearing its Order on Reparations...

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