Nigerian Coalition for the International Criminal Court - NCICC is a coalition of civil society organizations, human rights defenders and activist who are committed to promoting:
The understanding and awareness in Nigeria of the statute of the International Criminal Court (ICC) also known as the "Rome Statute of the ICC". Read More!
This is to invite you, and your organization to join as member of the NCICC. If you wish to join, kindly complete the membership form, make the relevant registration fee payment as indicated and return the completed form to any of the e-mail or address indicated. If you or your organization is already a member, please email us with your current address, phone and email details so we update our records. Download Registration Form here PDF
BENEFITS TO MEMBERS
ICC weekly updates... Download here
Letter from NCICC and African Civil Society Organizations for support of ICC at AU Summit... Read here
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ICC weekly update for 6th September, 2013...read here
ICC weekly update for 30th August, 2013...read here
Decision of the Pre-Trial Chamber II of the ICC on the cooperation of the Federal Republic of Nigeria regarding Omar Al-Bashir's arrest and surrender to the court...read here
CICC press release: Trial of Kenyan Post Election Violence Suspects to Open in The Hague... read here
ICC weekly update for 26th August, 2013... read here
ICC weekly update for 20th August, 2013... read here
On 16th July, 2013, the Pre Trial Chamber II of the International Criminal Court Requests Nigeria to immediately arrest Omar Al Bashir read more...
NCICC NEWSLETTER: Vol.2 , Issue 1, Oct-Dec 2011. Download Here
At the on going ASP 10 meeting in New York, the second day of the plenary session was dedicated to the elections of ICC judges. The three new ICC judges elected to date at the ASP 10 are: Read More>>