International Criminal Court: From Rome to Kampala
Independent Films, Web Series, Talk Shows, Politics, Interviews
From the Rome Statute in 1998 to the "ICC Review Conference" in Kampala Uganda scheduled for late spring 2010, the International Criminal Court has gone from hope to reality. Ambassador Muhamed Sacirbey,one of the ICC's long time supporters, Vice Chair of the Preparatory Committee and signatory of the Rome Statute, speaks to Tom Osborne of how the Court was molded by the experiences of Bosnia & Herzegovina as well as the Impetus of the precedent of the ICTY, (International Criminal Court for the former Yugoslavia). The category of gender based crimes prompted by the targeting of female victims to victims' rights were ultimately spurred by Bosnia. However, as Kampala and a new generation of ICC leaders and supporters steps to the forefront, much still remains to be realized and perhaps previous achievements to be defended.
Year of Production: 2010
Length: 8 minutes
Country: United States
International Criminal Court: From Rome to Kampala by DiplomaticallyIncorrect is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Share Alike 3.0 License.
- Tom Osborne
- Tom Osborne & Mo Sacirbey