The ICC is a home for justice. It is a court of last resort, so countries have the first responsibility to address crimes. The ICC may step in only when a country can't or won't.
The Court aims to promote access to justice in three ways: knowledge, physical access and legal access. Explore to find out more.
How can the world unite to prevent crimes? The ICC works within in a broader context of all those striving for global peace and justice. The Court's Rome Statute system provides a chance for all countries to cooperate and to protect all people from atrocious crimes. Find out more.
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