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

Timor-Leste President would support international tribunal

8 March 2010

The President of Timor-Leste has told Amnesty International he would support the establishment of an international criminal tribunal for crimes committed during the 1975-1999 conflict with Indonesia, should the UN Security Council set it up.

Danish government must arrest Sudanese President if he attends climate conference

20 November 2009

Amnesty International has learned that the Danish government has invited Sudanese President al Bashir to attend a meeting in Copenhagen on climate change in December.  

African governments must reaffirm commitment to International Criminal Court

4 November 2009

Government representatives meeting in Addis Ababa have been urged by Amnesty International to clearly state they would prevent any officials accused of genocide, crimes against humanity or war crimes from seeking safe haven in their countries.

Nepal's Minister of Foreign Affairs commits to supporting international justice

28 July 2009

In a meeting with delegates from Amnesty International Nepal, the Minister gave a commitment to start the process for her country to ratify the Rome Statute.

Czech Republic commits to international justice

22 July 2009

The Czech Republic finally ratified the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court on Tuesday.

Video and Audio

Sudanese President's controversial Chad visit

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