Human rights groups and governments from all over the world have gathered at the United Nations this month to hammer out the framework for a special June conference in Rome to create an International Criminal Court (ICC).
The International Criminal Court is slated to be a permanent forum to prosecute and punish individuals who commit egregious human rights violations.
- Reed Brody, the advocacy director of Human Rights Watch.
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