AMICC needs members for its delegation to the December 4-14 session  of the Assembly of States Parties. This is  the governing body of the International Criminal Court. The meeting will be in New York at the United Nations. Delegates will participate in all official meetings and in many side events. Each will be assigned an issue to follow and report. Delegates must have a strong basic knowledge of the ICC and be able to participate full time in every day of the session.  Please apply by September 30.

The Sixteenth Session


The Assembly of State Parties is the International Criminal Court's management, oversight and legislative body. It is composed of representatives of States which have ratified or acceded to the Rome Statute. Every year this body meets to discuss a variety of substantive and technical issues involved in the every-day running of the International Criminal Court. A provisional agenda was released in March 2017, and can be found here. This year's meeting, the Sixteenth session of the Assembly of State Parties, should be particularly exciting, with the election of six new Judges and discussions around the potential crime of aggression.


This years meeting will take place from the 4th until the 14th of December 2017 at the United Nations in New York. Further information on the Sixteenth session can be found here. 

If you are interested, please apply!

Applications are due by the 30th of September. Again, it is expected that applicants will participate full time in every day of the session. For more information, or submission of applications, please email to jwashburn@amicc.org and amicc@amicc.org. We look forward to receiving your application. 

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