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International justice

Darfur Consortium positions
Member publications
Key ICC and UN documentation
Other organizations' assessments of international justice
Other resources

When the Darfur Consortium mission visited Darfurian refugees in eastern Chad in February 2005, one of the key concerns that they voiced was the need for accountability. Indeed, many refugees expressed accountability for crimes committed in Darfur as a prerequisite for return. As a result, the Darfur Consortium began a campaign to support the referral of the situation in Darfur to the International Criminal Court.

Since the referral, the Consortium has continued to monitor the situation with regard to the ICC cases and to provide information and analysis about their impact.


Darfur Consortium positions


(December 17, 2009) Implications of the African Court of Human and Peoples' Rights being empowered to try international crimes such as genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes - an opion. Signed on by the Darfur Consortium.

(July 29, 2009) Why Uganda would arrest President Bashir, by Dismas Nkunda in The Observer, Uganda
En francais.

(June 25, 2009) African civic leaders, Nobel Laureates and justice experts urge African Union leaders to support International Criminal Court process in Sudan

(June 6, 2009) African experts on international criminal justice met in Nairobi to exchange views on the work of the International Criminal Court (ICC) in relation to Africa

(June 4, 2009) Open letter to African States Parties to the Rome Statute

(May 11, 2009) African NGO Forum passes resolution on strengthening international justice in Africa

(July 15, 2008) Darfur Consortium responds to application for a warrant for arrest of Sudanese President Omar El-Bashir

(May 29, 2008) Justice for Darfur Calls on UN Security Council to Respond to the Sudan's Failure to Cooperate with the ICC

(November, 2007) The Darfur Investigation – Stalemate and Statecraft, by Deirdre Clancy on behalf of the Consortium in The CICC Monitor (pages 9-11).

(September 20, 2007) Coalition for the International Criminal Court holds press conference on Darfur war crimes

(May 2007) Prosecutor’s announcement sends ripples through Sudan, by Deirdre Clancy on behalf of the Darfur Consortium in The CICC Monitor(pages 11-14) .

(February 28, 2007) Statement on the presentation of evidence by the Office of the Prosecutor to the International Criminal Court

(December 1, 2005) ICC Prosecutor must go to Darfur - open letter to the ICC Prosecutor Luis Ocampo

(November 28, 2005) The situation in Darfur and the International Criminal Court: recommendation at the 4th Session of the Assembly of States Parties

(October, 2005) Report: Ensuring Accountability and Protection of Civilians in Darfur

(June 29, 2005) Darfur Consortium welcomes ICC Prosecutor's UN Security Council report

(April 1, 2005) A new hope for justice in Sudan

(March 18, 2005) UN must reject Nigerian proposal for African panel

(March 17, 2005) Darfur Consortium's letter to President Obasanjo

(March 11, 2005) African Civil Society calls on UN Security Council to ensure protection and justice for Darfur

(February 23, 2005) Peace requires justice: UN should immediately refer the situation in Darfur to the ICC (read the letter in Arabic or French)

Member publications

Key ICC and UN documentation

Other organizations' assessments of international justice

Other resources

The International Criminal Court in the Global Criminal Justice System 

 

 

African Voices

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Action Professionals Association for the People

Aegis Trust Rwanda

African Centre for Democracy and Human Rights Studies

African Center for Development

African Center for Justice and Peace Studies

Africa Internally Displaced Persons Voice (Africa IDP Voice)

African Security Dialogue and Research (ASDR)

African Women's Development and Communications Network (FEMNET)

The Ahueni Foundation

Alliances for Africa

Amman Centre for Human Rights Studies

Andalus Institute for Tolerance

Anti-Slavery International

Arab Coalition for Darfur

Arab Program for Human Rights Activists

Association Africaine de Defense des Droits de l'Homme (ASADHO)

Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies

Centre for Minority Rights Development (CEMIRIDE)

Centre for Research Education and Development of Freedom of Expression and Associated Rights (CREDO)

Citizens for Global Solutions

Conscience International

Conseil National Pour les Libertés en Tunisie

Darfur Alert Coalition (DAC)

Darfur Centre for Human Rights and Development

Darfur Leaders Network (DLN)

Darfur Reconciliation and Development Organization (DRDO)

Darfur Relief and Documentation Centre

East Africa Law Society

Egyptian Organization for Human Rights

Femmes Africa Solidarité

La Fédération Internationale des Droits de l'Homme (FIDH)

Forum of African Affairs (FOAA)

Human Rights First

Human Rights Institute of South Africa (HURISA)

Institute for Human Rights and Development in Africa

Institute for Security Studies

Inter-African Union for Human Rights (UIDH)

Interights

International Commission of Jurists (ICJ Kenya)

International Refugee Rights Initiative

Justice Africa

Justice and Peace Commission

Lawyers for Human Rights

Lebanese Association for Democratic Elections

Legal Resources Consortium-Nigeria

Ligue Tunisienne des Droits de l'Homme

Makumira University College, Tumaini University

Media Foundation for West Africa (MFWA)

Minority Rights Group

National Association of Seadogs

Never Again International

Open Society Justice Initiative

Pan-African Movement

Rencontre Africaine Pour la Defense des Droits de l'Homme (RADDHO)

Sierra Leone STAND Chapter

Sisters' Arabic Forum for Human Rights (SAF)

Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP)

Sudan Organization Against Torture (SOAT)

Syrian Organization for Human Rights

Unitarian Universalist Service Committee (UUSC)

Universal Human Rights Network

WARIPNET

Women Initiative Nigeria (WIN)

 
 
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