Building a more just world

Join us in building a more just world.

Reflect on what you can do in your family, community or career to help build a more peaceful, more just world. Here are some ways you can start to get involved. 

 

Get inspired | Work for justice | Thank a teacher | Talk to kids | Learn about the crimes | Learn about the process |
Explore exhibits | Share facts | Donate | More actions for | 6 things States can do | Join us | Share

 

Get inspired 

Read stories from real-life survivors who are working for peace and giving back to their communities after facing conflict. 

 

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Work for justice

Imagine yourself working for justice. What role could you take on? Take this personality quiz to find out. Then apply for a job or internship at the ICC, or help find a dream job for your friends by sharing more quizzes

 

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Thank a teacher

Inspired by Mr Basile, who teaches non-violence to children in Central African Republic? All teachers have the chance to educate the next generation on peace and justice. Share this story with a teacher who inspired you. You can also share these academic resources and classroom activities.

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Talk to kids

Start a conversation about peace and justice. Have kids take this quiz and start imagining how they could work for justice. 

 

Learn about the crimes

Watch the "Crimes on trial" animation series – with eight personal stories of from survivors of some of the world's worst crimes. Then read more about the crimes the Court can investigate in the Rome Statute and the Elements of crimes

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Episode 1: "I want to start my life again" - Using child soldiers is a crime
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Episode 2: “Only we survived” - Genocide is a crime
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Episode 3: “We are there to maintain the peace” - Attacks on peacekeepers are a crime
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Episode 4: “I need justice… to feel human again” - Rape is a crime
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Episode 5: “We couldn’t take anything. We just ran for our lives” - Forcible displacement is a crime
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Episode 6: “Always hungry, always cold and beaten” - Torture is a crime
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Episode 7: “The memory of our ancestors and our history was destroyed” – Attacks on religious and historical buildings are a crime
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Episode 8: “My family was nowhere to be found” – Attacks on civilians are crimes

Learn about the process

 

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Use your next coffee break to explore how the ICC works. 

Watch "The ICC Process", then test your knowledge with this quiz

Explore exhibits

How do art and justice intersect? Browse three online exhibits and find out.

Share facts

Choose from among our factsheets here.  
 

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The Trust Fund for Family Visits helps detainees see their family members.

More actions for

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Legal professionals – Sign up for the list of counsel to practice before the Court.

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Experts – Sign up to use your specialized knowledge as a witness for the Court.

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Academics – Request an interview to include ICC expert views in your research.

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Kids – Take this quiz.

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Teachers – Use our Lesson Plans to teach about international justice.

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NGOs – Help raise awareness about the ICC worldwide and advocate for the universal acceptance of the Rome Statute.

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Media – Feature our stories on your platforms or request an interview to include ICC expert views in your articles.

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Diplomats – Help provide access to justice through programmes like this one in Northern Uganda.

6 things States can do

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Show solidarity with victims and help prevent crimes. Become a State Party to the Rome Statute.

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Show support for the Rome Statute in national, regional and international settings.

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15 ICC suspects are still at large. Show support by making these arrests.

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The Trust Fund for Victims (TFV) helps survivors rebuild their lives. Donate today.

Join us

See how we are working to build a more just world.

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Meet Caroline, ICC Courtroom Officer, who leads support staff in making proceedings happen

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Meet Jimmy, ICC Outreach staff, who often visits children in schools in Northern Uganda

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Meet Rocio, ICC Protocol Officer, who leads group visits to the ICC 

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Meet Francisco, ICC Outreach staff who runs billboard campaigns in the Central African Republic 

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Meet An Laure, ICC stenographer, who captures every word spoken in Court 

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Meet Maria, ICC Outreach staff, who engages with women in communities affected by crimes

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Meet An, ICC psychologist, who assesses and supports victims and witnesses

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Meet Patrick, ICC Outreach staff, who helps make ICC proceedings accessible to affected communities in the DRC

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