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Meet our Members: Civil Society's role in Georgia: Interview with Ms. Nino Tsagareshvili

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Civil society calls the U.S. government to recant its ICC sanctions policy

Press Release- United States issues new sanctions threat against ICC Judges and Prosecutors

Author: 
Coalition for the ICC
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The Rohingya Plight at the ICC – Overcoming the Current Challenges for a Stronger Court

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Creeping Borders and Abductions: "The Actions of Occupying Forces in Georgia Constitute Gross Human Rights Violations," Says Civil Society Organizations

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10 Years after the August War: Victims of the Situation in Georgia

VICTIMS OF THE SITUATION IN GEORGIA

Author: 
Georgian Young Lawyers’ Association,Article 42 of the Constitution, Human Rights Center, Justice International, The Georgian Center for Psychosocial and Medical Rehabilitation of Torture Victims (GCRT)

VENEZUELA: HUNGER FOR JUSTICE: CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY IN VENEZUELA

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Amnesty International
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ICC Pre-Trial Chamber I rejects Saif Al-Islam Gaddafi’s admissibility challenge

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Kenya

After the 2007 elections in Kenya, widespread violence ensued, resulting in over 1000 dead, 600,000 displaced and hundreds sexually assaulted. In March 2010, the ICC started its investigation into alleged crimes committed during the post-election period.
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Libya: The importance of deterrence and the ICC's role in current violations

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Civil society welcomes Burundi ICC investigation

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Georgian Coalition for the ICC resumes work

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In the Courtroom: Procedures and witnesses tested in three ICC trials

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Progress and challenges in establishing the Special Criminal Court in the Central African Republic

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Georgia: National justice must complement ICC investigation

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Getting full cooperation from the Georgian side will be one of the challenges for ICC

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Libya: As Gaddafi regime trials fall short, ICC must act on widespread abuses

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