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Category Archives: Documents

Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court

1998

The Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (often referred to as the International Criminal Court Statute or the Rome Statute) is the treaty that established the International Criminal Court (ICC). It was adopted at a diplomatic conference in Rome on 17 July 1998[5][6] and it entered into force on 1 July 2002.[2] As of October 2009, 110 states are party to the statute,[2] and a further 38 states have signed but not ratified the treaty.[2] Among other things, the statute establishes the court’s functions, jurisdiction and structure.…

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Historic Six-Point Demand that led to the Independence of Bangladesh

1966

Full text of the historic six point demands that led to the independence movement of Bangladesh. The file is a scanned image from the original copy of the booklet. The Foreward of the booklet was written by Tajuddin Ahmed, the then Organising Secretary of East Pakistan Awami League as well as by Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, the General Secretary of the party.…

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The Rules of Procedure and Evidence of the International Criminal Court

ICC Assembly of States Parties

2002

The Rules of Procedure and Evidence are an instrument for the application of the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court, to which they are subordinate in all cases. In elaborating the Rules of Procedure and Evidence, care has been taken to avoid rephrasing and, to the extent possible, repeating the provisions of the Statute. Direct references to the Statute have been included in the Rules, where
appropriate, in order to emphasize the relationship between the Rules and the Rome Statute, as provided for in article 51, in particular, paragraphs 4 and 5. In all cases, the Rules of Procedure and Evidence should be read in conjunction with and subject to the provisions of the Statute. The Rules of Procedure and Evidence of the International Criminal Court do not affect the procedural rules for any national court or legal system for the purpose of national proceedings.…

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Archive I: Media Archive

Archives news reports, opinions, editorials published in different media outlets from around the world on 1971, International Crimes Tribunal and the justice process.

Archive II: ICT Documentation

For the sake of ICT’s legacy this documentation project archives, and preserves proceeding-documents, e.g., judgments, orders, petitions, timelines.

Archive III: E-Library

Brings at fingertips academic materials in the areas of law, politics, and history to facilitate serious research on 1971, Bangladesh, ICT and international justice.

Archive IV: Memories

This archive records from memory the nine-month history of 1971 as experienced and perceived by individuals from all walks of life.