International Justice Day celebrates the birthday of the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court, July 17th 1998.

July 17th will be a day of ACTION, REFLECTION, and most importantly, CELEBRATION!

Amnesty's 'Lie Down' for the ICC, Rome 1998; Credit: CICC

Legal networks, students and academics, human rights organizations and faith-based groups will be coming together to declare their support for the work of the ICC. We are planning letter writing campaigns, marches, panel discussions, picnics, happy hours and even yoga classes! There are many ways your organization can be involved not matter where in the country you are-  contact us at info@amicc.org to find out more.

2010 International Justice Celebrations are organized by member organizations of the American NGO Coalition for the ICC (AMICC), a national coalition working towards full U.S. participation in the ICC. The local alliances of AMICC work to educate and mobilize their communities around the ICC. 

Check out our resources page for more information or to find advocacy materials you’ll need for July 17th! 

 

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