What is ASP in ICC?

The Assembly of States Parties (ASP) is the ICC’s management oversight and legislative body. It is composed of all states parties to the Rome Statute.

How do you become an ICC Prosecutor?

2. What are the requirements to be the next ICC prosecutor?

  1. Demonstrated experience of professional excellence in complex criminal cases;
  2. A demonstrated ability to act with independence and impartiality in the exercise of professional duties;
  3. A proven track record of professional excellence in institutional management;

What 4 crimes does the ICC prosecute?

It is the first and only permanent international court with jurisdiction to prosecute individuals for the international crimes of genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes and the crime of aggression.

Can the ICC make arrests?

After gathering evidence and identifying a suspect, the Prosecution requests ICC judges to issue: an arrest warrant: the ICC relies on countries to make arrests and transfer suspects to the ICC; or. a summons to appear: suspects appear voluntarily (if not, an arrest warrant may be issued).

What is Assembly of State Parties?

The Assembly of States Parties (“the Assembly”) is the Court’s management oversight and legislative body and is composed of representatives of the States which have ratified or acceded to the Rome Statute.

How do I join the ICC?

Become a member

  1. Apply online by providing a CV and a Cover Letter.
  2. According to the Institute Articles, your application will be reviewed by the ICC Institute Admission Committee.
  3. Once the ICC Institute Admission Committee has reviewed your application, we will communicate its decision.

Who is ICC Prosecutor?

Karim Ahmad Khan
The current Prosecutor is Karim Khan, who was elected on 12 February 2021 and took office on 16 June 2021….

Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court
Incumbent Karim Ahmad Khan since 16 June 2021
Office of the Prosecutor
Appointer Assembly of States Parties
Term length 9 years

What is the Trust Fund for Victims?

The Trust Fund for Victims (TFV) advocates for and assists the most vulnerable victims of the crimes within the International Criminal Court’s (ICC) jurisdiction. The TFV works for victims by mobilising people, funding opportunities for the benefit of victims, and implementing court-ordered reparations awards.

Who has signed the Rome Statute?

Amongst the signatories of the Rome Statute is Australia, Afghanistan, Botswana, France, Georgia, Liberia, Nauru, Slovenia and Zambia.