ICC Project

International Criminal Court

International Criminal Court Project

The International Criminal Court (ICC) Project converts the ABA’s strong policies on the ICC into concrete action. Its mission is to strengthen, regularize, and broaden U.S. engagement with the ICC by creating dynamic forums where meaningful and sustained dialogue can occur on both practical and policy issues among and between the ICC and various American audiences. These initiatives will advance the field of international criminal law as well as enhance understanding and trust between the U.S. and the ICC.


Congressional Briefing on the ICC and US-ICC Relations

On June 10, 2013, the Washington Working Group on the International Criminal Court (WICC) sponsored a congressional briefing on the ICC and US-ICC relations with Hon. Stephen Rapp, U.S. Ambassador at-Large for Global Criminal Justice.  Kip Hale, Senior Counsel of the ABA Center for Human Rights and Director of the ABA-ICC Project, introduced Amb. Rapp and moderated the discussion.  Rep. Jim McGovern hosted the event, which drew a packed room of Senate and House staff, foreign government representatives, and civil society advocates.

Photos from the Congressional Briefing on the ICC and US-ICC Relations
Video from the Congressional Briefing on the ICC and US-ICC Relations
The ICC as a New Judicial Institution
Prosecuting International War Crimes
The United States & The ICC - Presentation by Michael S. Greco, Chair of the Center for Human Rights

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