Launch Conference: Assessing the Impact of the International Criminal Court

The Hague, 4-6 May 2011

No Peace Without Justice presented a paper at the Launch Conference: "Assessing the Impact of the International Criminal Court" on May 5-6, 2011 at the Leiden University-Campus, and also participated in the informal consultations of The Hague Working Group (THWG) on 4 May 2011.
The paper, titled “The Role of States Parties in Building the ICC’s Local Impact: Findings from Delegates’ Visits to Uganda”, was co-authored by NPWJ, Human Rights Network-Uganda (HURINET-U) and theUgandan Coalition for the International Criminal Court (UCICC). The paper discussed the ICC’s impact in Uganda by drawing on the findings of the project of visits of ICC States Parties delegates to Uganda organised by the co-authors from January to June 2010.
The paper highlighted the importance of field presence in enhancing the ICC’s impact in situation countries and the role of States Parties in localising the Court.
No Peace Without Justice is a founding member of the NGO Coalition for the International Criminal Court (CICC) and one of the organisations at the forefront of promoting the establishment and entry into force of the permanent International Criminal Court (ICC). NPWJ continues to work for universal ratification and implementation of the Rome Statute and the effective operations of the ICC.
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