The ICC’s Office of the Prosecutor (OTP) has shared its draft Strategic Plan for the period 2016 - 2018 and is inviting comments from interested external actors.
Hosted by the Parliament of Malaysia, in Partnership with the CICC
Parliamentarians for Global Action (PGA) welcomes the ratification of the Second Optional Protocol to the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR) by the Parliament of Togo on 10 July, 2015.
A follow-up Strategy meeting on Accountability for Mass-Atrocities and Strategies to Counter Violent Extremism and Protect Civilians in the MENA region
On 9 and 10 July 2015, the Secretary-General of Parliamentarians for Global Action (PGA), Dr. David Donat-Cattin, attended the public hearings of the 'Operation Condor' Trial in the Aula Bunker of the High Court of Rome's Penal Tribunal in Reb
The National Assembly of Chad Ratifies Ordinance N006/PR/2015 banning child marriage by enforcing 18 as the minimum legal age of marriage in the country.
International Justice Day Statement by Hon. Dr. Pindi Chana, MP (Tanzania), in her capacity as Chairperson of the International Council, Parliamentarians for Global Action
MPs from Costa Rica and El Salvador strategized over progressing their respective processes of domestic implementation and ratification of the Rome Statute of the ICC .
Mozambique passes new Penal Code that decriminalizes homosexuality.
PGA Members, Dip. Berta Sanseverino (Uruguay), Dip. Manuel Garrido (Argentina), and Dip. Tucapel Jiménez (Chile), along with PGA program staff, Mónica Adame and Romina Morello, conducted a field mission to El Salvador.
Vor hundert Jahren, am 9. Juli 1915, endete die deutsche Kolonialherrschaft im heutigen Namibia. Zwischen 1904 und 1908 ermordeten die Kolonialherren dort 90.000 Herero und Nama.
PGA commends the Italian Judiciary for the historic trial of certain leaders of ‘Operation Condor’ and asks that victims and witnesses from Latin America be heard and treated with dignity and respect for their inalienable rights.
PGA commends the United Nations Human Rights Council for its recent adoption of a Resolution on Child, Early and Forced Marriage during its 29th session.
Hon. James Selfe recently joined PGA amidst the unfolding events around the neglect of the ICC arrest warrants, as well as the national Gauteng High Court orders, for the arrest of Omar Al-Bashir. During the debates in the South African people’s assembly
PGA convened a Parliamentary Delegation to Dar es Salaam and Dodoma, Tanzania on June 17-22, 2015 to hold meetings with relevant stakeholders and partners on CEFM issues and to discuss the best strategies through which PGA can contribute to their work
The next UN Secretary-General will have the responsibility of implementing the United Nation’s most critical decisions and commitments. The 1 for 7 billion campaign believes that the process must be worthy of the post itself.
Are further delays in ratification of the Rome Statute presenting a lost opportunity to provide for justice in Ukraine? Can Rome Statute ratification in fact help the high-level peace negotiations? Will the ICC replace national Ukrainian courts?
From 10 to 13 June, PGA conducted a field mission on the abolition of the death penalty and the fight against impunity in the margins of the South-East Asia Regional Congress on the abolition of the death penalty organized by Ensemble Contre la Peine de M
PGA, in partnership with the Human Rights Agenda and the Razumkov Center organized a Parliamentary Expert & Peer-Exchange Roundtable Discussions on the International Criminal Court (ICC) from June 18-19, 2015 at the Verkhovna Rada (Parliament) of Ukraine
Earlier this month, on June 1, 2015, the world lost one of the most innovative and charismatic legal thinkers of our times, Professor Dr. Otto Triffterer.