Photo: H. E. Astrid Harz, Ambassador of Austria to the Kingdom of The Netherlands and Deborah Ruiz Verduzco, Executive Director of the Trust Fund for Victims at the International Criminal Court.

Austria provides significant increase in its voluntary contribution to the ICC Trust Fund for Victims to redress the harm suffered by victims of Rome Statute crimes

Minister for Foreign Affairs, European Union and Cooperation of the Kingdom of Spain, José Manuel Albares Bueno and Minou Tavárez Mirabal, Chair of the Board of Directors of the Trust Fund for Victims at the ICC, and Executive Director, Deborah Ruiz Verduzco

The Kingdom of Spain contributes EUR 2 million to the Trust Fund for Victims to strengthen the victim-centred mandate of the ICC

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ICC to hold sixth Asia Pacific Forum of The Hague

ICC signs Memorandum of Understanding with Korea University

ICC signs Memorandum of Understanding with Korea University

ICC HQ

1 July: ICC commemorates 22nd anniversary

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About the Court
About the Court

The International Criminal Court (ICC) investigates and, where warranted, tries individuals charged with the gravest crimes of concern to the international community: genocide, war crimes, crimes against humanity and the crime of aggression. As a court of last resort, it seeks to complement, not replace, national Courts. Governed by an international treaty called the Rome Statute,

States Parties
States Parties

The Assembly of States Parties ("the Assembly") is the Court's management oversight and legislative body and is composed of representatives of the States which have ratified or acceded to the Rome Statute.

Trust Fund For Victims
Trust Fund For Victims

Trust Fund for Victims is separate from the Court and its mission is to support and implement programmes that address harms resulting from genocide, crimes of humanity, war crimes and aggression.

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