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About these links.
The following links will take you to the websites of the ICC as well as related organizations. By clicking on the links below, you can learn much more about the Court and about efforts being made everywhere to advance the pursuit of international justice.

Links are divided into two groups. The first group contains a link to the Court and to organizations devoted solely to its promotion. The second group contains links to organizations that support a variety of causes, but that have also expressed their support for the ICC.

ICC Specific Links
The International Criminal Court The official website of the ICC. Contains information in French and English.
AMICC The American NGO Coalition for the International Criminal Court. A great resource for information about US-ICC relations.
CICC The Coalition for the International Criminal Court. An international alliance of NGO's supporting the Court, the site contains a wealth of information on the Court.
USAforICC.org USAforICC.org is funded by Citizens for Global Solutions to promote US participation in the ICC. It is another great resource for US-ICC information.
ICC Alliance A Los Angeles based group supporting US participation in the ICC.

Organizations Supporting the ICC
CASIN The Council for American Students in International Negotiations. Formerly the Independent Student Coalition for the ICC (ISC-ICC), the group remains primarily concerned with advocacy of US involvement in the Court.
Human Rights Watch Homepage for HRW's ICC campaign.
Amnesty International Homepage for AI's ICC campaign.
Human Rights First Homepage for HRF's (Formerly the Lawyers Committee for Human Rights) ICC campaign.
National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers Homepage for the NCDL's ICC campaign.
The Crimes of War Project Homepage for TCWP's ("a collaboration of journalists, lawyers and scholars dedicated to raising public awareness of the laws of war and their application to situations of conflict") ICC section.