Review Conference of the Rome Statute
The Review Conference of the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court will take place in Kampala, Uganda, from 31 May to 11 June 2010.
This major international meeting will, for the first time, consider amending the Rome Statute and take stock of the work and impact of the international justice system since it was established almost eight years ago.
The Conference is also an opportunity for state parties to review and strengthen the systems they have put in place to co-operate fully with the International Criminal Court and to fulfil their obligations to investigate and prosecute genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes in their national courts.
Amnesty International is sending a delegation to the Conference and has issued the following reports setting out the organization’s detailed recommendations to states in advance of the Review Conference.
- Amnesty International calls on states parties to achieve key benchmarks before the Review Conference of the Rome Statute English French Spanish
- Text of letter sent to all ministers of foreign affairs of states parties to the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court in advance of the Review Conference English French Spanish Arabic
- International Criminal Court: Making the right choices at the Review Conference English French Spanish Arabic
- Commissioning Justice: Truth commissions and criminal justice English Spanish
- International Criminal Court: Updated checklist for effective implementation English Spanish
- International Criminal Court: Implementation Report Card Part 1 English