Africa Cannot Afford to Abandon the ICC in this Age of Atrocities

(Adama Dieng, The East African Newspaper)

The Rome Statute that establishes the Court is a global achievement, and its practices are evolving. However, the Court must be prepared and willing to listen to the concerns of those it intends to serve. July 2017 marks 15 years since the Rome Statute that established the International Criminal Court came into force. Many years of painstaking and protracted regional and international diplomacy preceded its adoption in order to secure consensus on the importance of creating a permanent court that could try the most serious crimes: Genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity. Read More

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