What is the International Criminal Court (ICC) and what is its relationship with the UN?
Last Updated: May 21, 2019
The following information has been taken from the UN Documentation: International Law research guide.
Other Sources that may be helpful in your research:
- Summary of Work of the International Law Commission: Draft code of crimes against peace and security of mankind (Part II)
- summarizes the studies and the work done by the International Law Commission that lead to the creation of the Rome Statute
- ICC Annual Report to the General Assembly
- submitted via the Secretary-General in accordance with article 6 of the Relationship agreement
- Secretary-General Reports
- On the implementation of article 3 of the Relationship agreement
- Expenses incurred and reimbursement received by the United Nations in connection with assistance provided to the International Criminal Court
- An itemized list of expenses incurred by the UN and reimbursement received from the ICC
- ICC Legal Tools database
- prepared by the ICC
- includes ICC documents, preparatory works and statute amendments, and other documentation related to international criminal law
- Repertoire of Practice of the Security Council
- a detailed analysis of the work of the Security Council
- ICC situations will be found under Chapter VII
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