Press releases

NPWJ welcomes entry into force of International Treaty banning cluster munitions Read More

Elections in Sudan: a reward to impunity for President Al-Bashir Read More

MENA democracy: No Peace Without Justice will promote a partnership initiative between governments and civil society at the fifth Forum for the Future ministerial meeting in Abu Dhabi Read More

NPWJ will participate in the next Forum for the Future Subministerial Meeting to be held in Ottawa on 8 November 2010 Read More

CPI/RDC: Non c’è Pace Senza Giustizia accoglie l’apertura del processo contro Thomas Lubanga come una tappa storica nella lotta contro l’impunità Read More

ICC Review Conference: NPWJ welcomes progress towards a strengthened international criminal justice system Read More

Gaddafi in Italy: no reward for human rights violations Read More

NPWJ welcomes ICC warrant for Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir on charges of genocide Read More

NPWJ congratulates the 9th ASP to the ICC for calling on a stronger international criminal justice system Read More

NPWJ calls on ICC and States Parties to respond strongly to Chad’s failure to arrest President Bashir of Sudan Read More

Uganda: Stop homophobic campaign launched by Rolling Stone tabloid Read More

NPWJ together with the other members of the CICC call on African States to honor obligations to the Court Read More

ICC: African States Parties to the Rome Statute reaffirm their commitment to justice and their support to the ICC Read More

NPWJ welcomes critical step towards banning cluster munitions Read More

Uganda: LGBTI activists sue the Rolling Stone tabloid. Uganda High Court issue an interim order to cease publication Read More

US: NPWJ decries criminalisation of IHL training Read More

NPWJ and the ALDE Group organize a roundtable discussion on LGBTI rights in Uganda at the European Parliament Read More

NPWJ commemorates the fifteenth anniversary of the Srebrenica genocide and calls for the arrest of Ratko Mladic Read More

Egypt: No Peace Without Justice congratulates exiled Egyptian dissident Saad Eddin Ibrahim after Court’s decision to overturn a two-year prison sentence based on flimsy charges Read More

NPWJ welcomes launch of ICC investigation as an important step towards ending impunity in Kenya Read More

NPWJ welcomes release of detained Zimbabwean human rights activist Read More

Keep the memory of Tiananmen alive! Chinese citizens deserve democracy and respect for human rights Read More