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Department of Justice & Equality Jun 25
Minister ⁦⁩ was pleased to meet today with Fatou Bensouda, prosecutor of the
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Mutilation, cruel treatment and torture are war crimes and crimes against humanity. Join us in marking 26 June the International Day in Support of . to put an end to impunity for the perpetrators of the most serious crimes.
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Prosecutor notified Presidency that she will seek authorisation to investigate crimes in jurisdiction in Bangladesh/Myanmar Once request is submitted, Pre-Trial Chamber III to decide whether or not to authorise investigation
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Presidency assigns Situation in Bangladesh/Myanmar to Pre-Trial Chamber III composed of Judges Fremr, Carbuccia & Henderson following notice by Prosecutor of intention to request an authorisation to open investigation:
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“Always hungry, always cold and beaten” – the latest episode in the animation series, with survivor stories of world’s worst crimes. Marking 26 June, the International Day in Support of .
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Irish Foreign Ministry Jun 25
Today Tánaiste met with Fatou Bensouda, prosecutor of the 🤝 Ireland supports the as an important instrument to combat impunity and promote a rules-based international order 🇮🇪 🌎
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Kevin Kelly Jun 25
Delighted to be of assistance. It’s important for all States Parties to engage with the Principals of the Court. Delighted that Mme Bensouda made it to the this year and will have high level meetings with Irish Government leaders this afternoon
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EmbassyofIreland NL Jun 25
Prosecutor Bensouda kicked off the 20th yesterday at with a powerful keynote address chaired by Mr Justice Charleton of the Irish Supreme Court. is delighted to have been able to co-host this unique & important event with
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Int'l Criminal Court Jun 24
Torture means causing severe pain and physical or mental suffering to people for different reasons: to obtain information, confession, as punishment, intimidation, coercion... Join us in marking 26 June, Int'l Day in Support of Victims of Torture.
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Int'l Criminal Court Jun 24
case: Trial Chamber VI to deliver judgment during public hearing on 8 July 2019 at 10:00 (Hague time). Background on the case ➡ Practical information ➡
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Int'l Criminal Court Jun 22
interacts with religious leaders at central mosque of Km5 in 3rd district of on Yekatom & Ngaïssona case, answers questions on role of the Court & strong interest
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Belgium UN New York Jun 20
Interesting exchange with the prosecutor Fatou Bensouda after yesterday’s briefing. ➡️ As the focal point in the , Belgium 🇧🇪 reaffirms its long-standing support for the .
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Kevin Kelly Jun 21
And delighted that Prosecutor Bensouda will be a guest of my country next week, delivering a lecture in beautiful Galway and meeting with our leadership in Dublin. We remain fully committed to the ICC.
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Angel V. Horna Jun 20
Yesterday, at the briefing on Peru condemmned violence against civilians & reaffirmed its support to the Prosecutor of the . Fight against impunity is essential for the people of Sudan.
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Int'l Criminal Court Jun 21
Nearly 5 years ago, , launched her Office's Policy on , the first such policy to be adopted by an international court or tribunal & stressed the need to end impunity for such egregious crimes
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Int'l Criminal Court Jun 20
Prosecutor & SG meet HQ - expresses gratitude to Secretary General for his support & recognition that the stands as a central pillar of the int. system & a rules-based order. Thank you for the strong & principled support!
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Int'l Criminal Court Jun 20
“We couldn’t take anything. We just ran for our lives” - Forcible displacement is a crime. New episode in the animation series, with survivor stories of world’s worst crimes.
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Int'l Criminal Court Jun 20
Join us in marking and stand . Deportation and forcible transfer of population are war crimes and crimes against humanity under the , the founding treaty.
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UN Women Jun 19
No more impunity. No more silence. No more stigma. Survivors of sexual violence crimes need justice.
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