Universell ratificering

Amnesty har, alltsedan Romstadgan för den internationella brottmålsdomstolen (ICC) antogs, verkat för att alla stater ska ratificera Romstadgan så att  ICC får universell/global jurisdiktion. Arbetet har bedrivits inom ramen för "kampanjen för universell ratificering". Svenska Amnesty har arbetat särskilt för att förmå Filippinerna och Thailand att ratificera Romstadgan, se separata kategorier. I denna kategori hittar du kampanjmaterial och allmän information om kampanjen för universell ratificering samt arbete med vissa utvalda andra stater än Filippinerna och Thailand. 

Saint Lucia and the Seychelles become parties to the Rome Statute
Publicerad: 27 augusti 2010

On 18 August Saint Lucia ratified the Rome Statute at the UN Headquarters, recognizing the complementary jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court on its territory and over its nationals abroad when genocide, crimes against humanity or war crimes are committed. On 10 August 2010, the Republic of Seychelles ratified the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court.

Bangladesh ratifies Rome Statute
Publicerad: 31 mars 2010

Amnesty International welcomes Bangladesh’s ratification of the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court on 23 March 2010. Bangladesh is the 111th state to ratify the Rome Statute. By ratifying the Rome Statute, Bangladesh has demonstrated an important commitment to international justice and working to end impunity for genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes. Read Amnesty International's public statement.

Bar human rights violators from UN peacekeeping missions
Publicerad: 22 december 2009

Amnesty International Press release

Nepal: Maina Sunuwar case
Publicerad: 9 december 2009

There have been some important developments on the Maina Sunuwar case. Please read more below.

Nepal 'disappearances' law must meet international standards
Publicerad: 4 september 2009

Prominent human rights organizations submitted a memorandum to the Government of Nepal on Sunday. In it, they requested that the latest draft Disappearances bill be amended to make it comply with international law and standards.

Nepal's Minister of Foreign Affairs commits to supporting international justice
Publicerad: 29 juli 2009

Nepal's Minister of Foreign Affairs, Sujata Koirala, took an important step towards ending impunity for genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes on Sunday 26 July 2009, in a meeting with delegates from Amnesty International Nepal. The Minister gave Amnesty International a commitment to start the process for Nepal to ratify the Rome Statute.

Czech Republic commits to international justice
Publicerad: 26 juli 2009

On 21 July 2009, the Czech Republic finally ratified the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court. The Czech Republic thereby becomes the 110th state to ratify the Rome Statute, and the ratification means that all 27 EU member states now are states parties to the Rome Statute.