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Accountability high on agenda of new UN human rights chief

Unanimously confirmed last month as the new UN human rights chief, Prince Zeid Ra’ad Zeid Al-Hussein has a strong track record on accountability for grave crimes. 538 more words

IS THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT UNFAIRLY TARGETING AFRICANS?

 

 The International Criminal Court (ICC) began in 2002, formed under the Rome Statute  to try the most serious of war crimes when sovereign nations are not in a position to do so themselves. 953 more words

Hamas agrees: one step closer to unity government signing Rome Statute

PALESTINE CAN NOW JOIN ICC
Hamas has signed agreement to accede to the Rome Statute and join the International Criminal Court. This gives it jurisdiction to accept a case filed by Palestine for war crimes and crimes against humanity perpetrated on its soil currently and retroactively to 2002, the date of the creation of the ICC. 695 more words

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#GlobalJusticeWeekly – ICC prosecutor meets with Palestine minister of foreign affairs

The ICC prosecutor has met with Foreign Affairs Minister of Palestine Riad al-Malki in the Hague to discuss and clarify the legal process of ratifying the Rome Statute. 1,292 more words

What does International Criminal Justice Day mean for Cambodia?

Today – 17 July 2014 – is International Criminal Justice Day, marking the entry into force of the Rome Statute for the International Criminal Court. 810 more words

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Israel langgar konvensyen antarabangsa PBB

Seorang sarjana terkemuka Eropah, Stephen Hopgood, telah menulis di dalam karya terbarunya, “The Endtimes of Human Rights” (2013) tentang kegagalan sistem hak asasi manusia sejagat dalam melindungi hak Negara-negara yang tertindas. 787 more words