Frequently Asked Questions:
About the ICC
What is the ICC? Why do we need it? Is it fair?
Current ICC Cases
What are the human rights abuses that are currently going on in Northern Uganda and Darfur? How did they get to the ICC? What should the ICC - and the U.S. - do now?
America and the ICC
Does the ICC respect and promote American values? What is the history of the U.S.’s involvement with the ICC? How will U.S. participation in and engagement with the ICC promote U.S. leadership? What should the U.S. government do now?
Jewish Organizations and the ICC
Why is it important from the point of view of Jewish organizations to ensure that crimes against humanity, war crimes and genocide do not go unpunished? Why is the ICC of particular importance to Jewish organizations and the population that they represent?
A Guide to Communicating About the ICC:
"And Justice for All: How to Talk about the ICC in the U.S. "
Intended to help ICC supporters understand how key American audiences perceive the ICC and how to best engage these audiences in a constructive dialogue about the Court, this guide provides a set of "key messages" that were developed through a collaborative process involving leading U.S. organizations working on the ICC and tested in focus groups and in-depth interviews with key audiences.
Read the guide (PDF format)