This is the third submission of the materials by the Advocacy Advisory Panel
International Criminal Court
The human rights activists describe the facts of 7 murders, 15 forced disappearances, 90 cases of illegal detentions in custody, 39 cases of torture and / or other forms of inhumane treatment
The International Criminal Court has decided to continue collecting the evidence of Russia’s involvement in the conflict in Donetsk and Luhansk regions
The situation within the territory of the annexed Crimea and Sevastopol amounts to an international armed conflict between Ukraine and the Russian Federation
The United Nations treaty office confirmed receipt of South Africa’s notification of its intention to withdraw from the Rome Statute
The lawyers of the killed Euromaidan activists have submitted new information on the crimes committed during Euromaidan protests
The report on crimes committed by Russians in Donbas in 2014, submitted to the International Criminal Court (ICC), has attracted interest in The Hague
The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) calls on Ukraine to ratify the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (ICC)
Ukraine can prove the involvement of Russia in the war crimes in Donbas and Crimea
Submission of new materials of the Prosecutor General’s Office of Ukraine (PGO) on crimes committed during Maidan protests to the International Criminal Court (ICC) is under threat
Joining the International Criminal Court means showing the world that there is no place for impunity for the most serious crimes in Ukraine
Human rights activist Oleksandra Matviychuk tells about things which should be paid attention to when choosing the model of a hybrid international tribunal for Ukraine
"The acceptance of the jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court will cause both potentially positive effects and certain risks for Ukraine"
The experts suggest amending the provisions on recognition of jurisdiction of the international courts, filing a constitutional complaint, the reform of the prosecutor’s offices and the Bar, as well as the replacement of judges
The Deputy Chairman of the Constitutional Commission disapproves the three-year delay of ratification of the Statute.
Oksana Syroyid believes that the Criminal Code of Ukraine can be adapted to the Rome Statute provisions during this time
The Committee on European Integration believes that the bill does not refer to the priority areas of adaptation of the Ukrainian legislation to the European Union legislation.
Human Rights Information Centre summarizes the key human rights events of 2015 in Ukraine
Ukraine should adhere to gender balance in the investigative agencies and conduct trainings on the treatment of sexual abuse victims.
The state should upscale the human and financial resources to investigate international crimes.
Dusan Dunjic was a defence witness in the war crimes case against former Bosnian Serb general.
Experts recommend extending the mandate of the legal mechanism to investigate corruption crimes
Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court requested authorisation to initiate an investigation into the conflict in South Ossetia
The expert claims this case will show whether it is possible prosecute Russia for military actions in Ukraine
The detainees were tortured and were not provided with basic custodial conditions in illegal places of detention in Donbas.
Victims now have an opportunity to access justice for heinous crimes they have suffered
The e-petition will be considered, if it gathers at least 25,000 signatures
Luhansk activists urge human rights organizations to investigate military attacks on civilians
In 2015, the International Criminal Court (ICC) is going to open an investigation of war crimes and crimes against humanity committed during and after the Russian-Georgian war of 2008
There are not yet any results in the investigation of the deaths of the “Heavenly Hundred” during the Maidan protests. The only hope is the International Criminal Court in The Hague
Parliament Decides on Hague Tribunal Jurisdiction
On January 2, the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine (NSDC) proclaimed that Ukraine must not ratify the Statute of the International Criminal Court (ICC) until Russia does the same.