We are proud to be ongoing supporters of the International Criminal Court. As part of our efforts to raise awareness of the ICC, 3 Generations uses its social media networks to share the Court’s current events with our fans and followers. Our interview with ICC Prosecutor, Luis Moreno-Ocampo, was also posted as one of our weekly Facebook videos. In his interview, Prosecutor Ocampo discusses the need for a global community in order to achieve a world without genocide. Please visit the link below to see this interview in its entirety. You can also visit our website for additional stories and resources highlighting the efforts of the International Criminal Court.
We can all support humanity's courtroom by following the organization and spreading the word about their work. We must show humanity's worst criminals that the world is watching and that justice will prevail.
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3 Generations is pleased to report on the International Criminal Court, and their continued efforts to bring justice to those who commit genocide and crimes against humanity with impunity. In recent weeks the International Criminal Court has called for the arrests of Libyan leader Col Muammar Gaddafi, his son Saif al-Islam and intelligence chief Abdullah al-Sanussi, for crimes against humanity. The ICC also continues to move forward with their investigation of the situation in Darfur and the three outstanding arrest warrants issued for Sudanese leaders.
3 Generations is committed to raising awareness of the International Criminal Court. Please visit our website for stories from the Lubanga Chronicles, other survivors of genocide, and our interview with Luis Moreno-Ocampo. We must continue to show humanity's worst criminals that the world is watching and that justice will prevail.
3 Generations is proud to support the work of the International Criminal Court. This month, we're pleased to share news on the ICC Prosecutor Luis Moreno-Ocampo.
Recently, Prosecutor Ocampo made a few statements regarding a potential investigation of Moammar Kadafi for crimes against humanity.
Here are a couple of articles via the Los Angeles Times.
LIBYA: Kadafi to face investigation for crimes against humanity
LIBYA: International Criminal Court's chief prosecutor willing to hear Kadafi's side of story
Each of us can support humanity's courtroom by following the organization and spreading the word about their work. We must show humanity's worst criminals that the world is watching and that justice will prevail.
3 Generations, together with the Aegis Trust, embarked on a project that chronicles, from the perspective of the prosecutor, the prosecution of the first case ever to be tried before the International Criminal Court, The Prosecutor vs. Thomas Lubanga Dyilo. This project is called Lubanga Chronicles and can be found here: http://www.aegistrust.org/Lubanga-Trial/
Lubanga has been on trial since January 2009. We urge you to learn more about the trials here: http://www.aegistrust.org/International-Justice/lubanga-trial.html.
As part of our efforts to highlight the work of the International Criminal Court, 3 Generations Executive Director Jane Wells wrote a piece in the Huffington Post.
Jane writes that "The ICC is in part a response to the crimes against humanity of the last hundred years, but it is also a tool to fulfill the "never again" vow for the future."
This is one of the many reasons why 3 Generations is proud to support the ICC. Please click here to read more: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/jane-wells/humanitys-courtroom-the-i_b_600857.html
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