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Thursday, 9 July 2020

World Day for International Justice

World Day for International Justice

World Day for International Justice is observed around the world every year to promote International criminal justice. It is to support work of International Criminal Court (ICC).

The significance of World Day for International Justice is to unite every people around the globe who wants to support justice and promote victims rights. World Day for International Justice also brings awareness about ICC stands to prevent the serious crime and promote peace and security of the world.

 

WHEN IS WORLD DAY FOR INTERNATIONAL JUSTICE

   Every year World day for International criminal justice is observed on 17th July to promote International crime justice.

 

WORLD DAY FOR INTERNATIONAL JUSTICE IS A PUBLIC HOLIDAY?

  No, It is not a public holiday, This is an observance day.

 

HISTORY OF WORLD DAY FOR INTERNATIONAL JUSTICE

   The world day for international crime justice is observed on the anniversary of the adoption of Roman Statue as the founding treaty of International crime court (ICC). On 17th July 1998 ICC adopted Roman Statue on a diplomatic conference held in Rome, The Roman Statue Which seeks protection of the people from serious crimes like genocide, War crimes and crime against Humanity. It came in force on 2002 July 1.


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