Fourth ICC Delegates Visit to Uganda Completed

10 Mag, 2010 | Dicono di noi

The Human Rights Network – Uganda (HURINET-U), No Peace Without Justice (NPWJ) and the Ugandan Coalition on the International Criminal Court (UCICC), with the support of the Royal Danish Embassy in Kampala and in cooperation with the Government of Uganda, organised the fourth visit to Uganda by representatives of State Parties to the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (ICC) from 4 to 9 May 2010.

During the six-day visit in Kampala and Lira (Northern Uganda), representatives of Barbados, Burkina Faso, Comoros, Italy, Madagascar and Uganda met with victims, civil society organisations and representatives of the Ugandan Government and Parliament, as well as international organisations working in Uganda.

The visit forms part of a broader campaign by HURINET-U, NPWJ and UCICC to create avenues of engagement between ICC State party delegates and victims and affected communities in Uganda, and to highlight the importance of the Review Conference of the ICC, which will be held in Kampala in May-June 2010.

Visit the special page dedicated to ICC Review Conference Public Engagement Initiative.

For further information, contact: Joyce Apio (UCICC, Kampala):, Tel: +256.752.866.431; Alison Smith (NPWJ, Brussels):, Tel: +32-2-548 3912; or Nicola Giovannini (Brussels):, Tel: +32-2-548-3914.