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NCICC's Newsletter Vol. 2, Issue 2, February-March 2014.Download here...


The relationship between the ICC and the AU has been facing some challenges, with the AU calling on its members not to cooperate with the ICC. NCICC three other NGOs working in Nigeria have filed a suit at the African Court, seeking the guidance of the court on the issue of superiority of an African state party's obligations to the Rome Statute and the Resolution of the African Union. Download a copy of the suit here ...


NGOs welcome participation of 922 victims in hearing to decide if M23 leader, Ntaganda, will face ICC trial... Read here


ICC weekly updates... Download here


Letter from NCICC and African Civil Society Organizations for support of ICC at AU Summit... Read here


Our newsletter is finally here!!! Please download and subscribe here...http://eepurl.com/GAAQT


ICC weekly update for 6th September, 2013...read here


ICC weekly update for 30th August, 2013...read here


Decision of the Pre-Trial Chamber II of the ICC on the cooperation of the Federal Republic of Nigeria regarding Omar Al-Bashir's arrest and surrender to the court...read here


CICC press release: Trial of Kenyan Post Election Violence Suspects to Open in The Hague... read here


ICC weekly update for 26th August, 2013... read here


ICC weekly update for 20th August, 2013... read here


Some Sudanese Cartoons depicting Al-Bahir Fleeing Nigeria appearing in Sudanese media... download here and here


On 16th July, 2013, the Pre Trial Chamber II of the International Criminal Court Requests Nigeria to immediately arrest Omar Al Bashir read more...


NCICC NEWSLETTER: Vol.2 , Issue 1, Oct-Dec 2011. Download Here


At the on going ASP 10 meeting in New York, the second day of the plenary session was dedicated to the elections of ICC judges. The three new ICC judges elected to date at the ASP 10 are: Read More>>

About NCICC

Nigerian Coalition for the International Criminal Court - NCICC is a coalition of civil society organizations, human rights defenders and activist who are committed to promoting:

  • The understanding and awareness in Nigeria of the statute of the International Criminal Court (ICC) also known as the "Rome Statute of the ICC". The ICC is the first major international justice mechanism set up to address massive or deplorable cases of violations of human rights and humanitarian laws, especially war crimes, crime against humanity and genocide.
  • Promote the domestication of the statute of the ICC in Nigeria so that the Nigeria’s criminal laws would be in agreement with the standards under the Statute.
  • Encourage the Nigerian government to fulfill and respect its treaty obligations under the Statute, including cooperation with the International Criminal Court (ICC).
  • Training on the domestic application of the Statute in Nigeria targeting the police, judicial officers, prosecutors, lawyers, journalists’, human rights activists, etc
  • Monitoring and documenting cases of massive violations of human rights in Nigeria in order to identify the victims and the perpetrators.
  • Generally, to fight Impunity in Nigeria by demanding that those who commit violations of human rights and humanitarian laws are investigated and prosecuted, and where applicable, at the ICC.

For more information on the coalition, please send SMS to (234) (0) 8036913264

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DOWNLOADS

Report of the Office of the Prosecutor of the ICC on the On-going Preliminary Examination of the Situation in Nigeria, 5th August, 2013... Download here


Human Rights in Counter Terrorism Administration in Nigeria. Download Document


Press Release: 15th July, 2013, NCICC call for the arrest and surrender of Al-Bashir... Download here


Press Release: 02 December 2011: Kudos for Africa - Who will be the Next Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court?

And they said it couldn’t be done! The International Criminal Court’s deputy prosecutor has edged out 51 other candidates to win the informal endorsement of the 119 countries that support the tribunal to be its next chief prosecutor. Download Document


Message from Assembly of State Parties (ASP): From 12–21 December 2011, the Nigerian government will join the 119 International Criminal Court (ICC) states parties for the 10th session of the Assembly of States Parties (ASP) of the ICC. Download Document


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