Defining “Crimes Against Humanity” at the Rome Conference

Darryl Robinson


Volume: 93 Issue: 1
The American Journal of International Law


In 1998, the UN Diplomatic Conference of Plenipotentiaries adopted the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (ICC). Article 7 of the ICC statue was developed through multilateral negotiations involving 160 states. Given the parties involved the expectation is that Article 7 is detailed than previous definitions. This paper examines the definition of "Crimes against Humanity" developed at the Rome conference.
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