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In this section, you will find press releases, media advisories, and statements issued by member organizations of the CICC.
NGO Letters, Papers, Reports, and Statements
Author Date and Title
Human Rights Watch
25 Nov 2014
Human Rights Watch Memorandum for the Thirteenth Session of the International Criminal Court Assembly of States Parties
AMICC
24 Nov 2014
ASP PREPARATORY MEETING: BETWEEN CONFLICTS AND TENSIONS
International Crisis Group
21 Nov 2014
Nigeria’s Dangerous 2015 Elections: Limiting the Violence
FIDH
18 Nov 2014
FIDH Comments on the ICC Registrar’s ReVision proposals in relation to victims
Paul Seils, ICTJ
18 Nov 2014
ICC’s Intolerance of Impunity Does Not Make It an Enemy of Peace
FIDH
14 Nov 2014
A consensual roadmap for the truth, justice and reconciliation process in Mali
FIDH
13 Nov 2014
Open Letter to UN Member States Calling for the Adoption of the UN General Assembly Draft Resolution on North Korea
NGO Media Statements
Author Date and Title
ACIJLP
25 Nov 2014
Criminalization of crimes against humanity, war crimes and the crime of aggression and genocide is a positive step towards the fight against impunity in Egypt
Amnesty International
25 Nov 2014
Campaign targets violence and discrimination against women and girls
ICTJ
25 Nov 2014
Ending Violence Against Women: Why Security Institutions Matter
International Crisis Group
21 Nov 2014
Nigeria’s Dangerous 2015 Elections: Limiting the Violence
FIDH
20 Nov 2014
DPRK: UN passes historic resolution calling for accountability
ICTJ
19 Nov 2014
Criminal Justice in Transitional Contexts: What Lessons can Colombia Learn from International Experiences?
NPWJ
19 Nov 2014
Libya: NPWJ convenes a seminar on commonalities and differences of the Transitional Justice processes in Libya and Tunisia