Education and promotional campaigns are to educate and inform the peoples including the Members of Parliament (MPs), bureaucrats, and other prime stake holders in order to convince and/or pressurize the government to ratify the Rome Statute.

Long term and short term strategies have been taken to ensure that appropriate advocacy, lobby and other works are in place and that any development about ICC in national, regional and international level is communicated to the people and other concerned as promptly as possible. It will make very effort to make sure that the government participation is by right person/body in ICC related conferences/discussions for the ratification and the amendment of the Statute.

It has also facilitated expert groups or other groups (such as MPs) as necessary in consultation with relevant offices and institutions available. For example, in working with parliamentarians, assistance is sought from relevant parliamentary committees.


Ratification Status

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