The International Criminal Court: Coming challenges, issues and conclusions (Statement to Justice For All conference)
Ten years after the establishment of the International Criminal Court (ICC), Amnesty International identifies a list of external and internal challenges the Court is facing. Most of these challenges fall into three inter-related categories: ensuring the ICC’s global reach; building the ICC into a judicial institution of the highest calibre; and ensuring that the states parties fulfil their commitments to the ICC. The organization also acknowledges the complex political challenges that states supporting the Court face as well as the financial challenges posed by the global financial crisis.
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