International Criminal Court at 20: Reflections on the past and visions for the future
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The entry into force, on 1 July 2002, of the International Criminal Court's founding treaty, the Rome Statute, enabled the commencement of the Court's operations with a view of ensuring accountability for the most serious crimes under international law.
This milestone provides an occasion for celebration as well as for reflection. The roundtable will be an opportunity to take stocks on the Court's achievements and challenges, as well as what main trends can be discerned for the further development of the international criminal justice system going forward.