Campaign for International Justice

Campaigning for an effective system of international justice to ensure justice, truth and full reparations for crimes under international law: genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes, torture, extrajudicial executions and enforced disappearances.

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News and Updates

Cambodia urged to follow Khmer Rouge conviction with more prosecutions

26 July 2010

Following the conviction of prison camp commander Kaing Guek Eav for crimes against humanity, Amnesty International calls on court to redouble its efforts.

UK justice proposal would lead to impunity for war crimes and torture

23 July 2010

Parliament warned that the proposal, which would hamper arrest warrants being issued for suspected criminals visiting the country, could lead to the UK being seen as a safe haven.

Chad must arrest Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir during visit

21 July 2010

Authorities urged to surrender President al-Bashir to the International Criminal Court, where he is wanted on charges of genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes.

International investigation needed into Kyrgyzstan violence

17 June 2010

Amnesty International voices concern at reports that security forces have attempted to confiscate video and photographic evidence from local journalists and residents.

Opt out system risks undermining ICC

15 June 2010

Allowing states to protect their leaders from prosecution for the crime of aggression risks undermining the credibility of the International Criminal Court (ICC), Amnesty International said today, following the Review Conference in Kampala

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Sudanese President's controversial Chad visit

Amnesty International's Marek Marczynski says Chad should take action against Omar Al-Bashir.