Welcome to the ICLB - the home of international criminal law expertise


The ICC and Climate Change


On the sixth day of the annual Assembly of States Parties in The Hague, discussions were held on a range of issues including climate justice, the future of the International Criminal Court, evidence in ICC trials, national prosecutions of ICC crimes, protection of human rights defenders, and lessons learnt from the ICC investigation in Kenya…. Read more »


Conference on the Colombian Peace Process, 8th December, The Hague University of Applied Sciences


The Ibero-American Institute of The Hague for Peace, Human Rights and International Justice (IIH) and The Hague University of Applied Sciences would like to invite you to the following event: Conference Title: “The Peace Agreement between the Colombian Government and the FARC” Speaker: Prof. dr. Héctor Olasolo Chairman, Ibero-American Institute of the Hague for Peace,… Read more »


Russia Withdraws Signature from the Rome Statute of the ICC


The President of Russia, Vladimir Putin, has approved an order that will enable the country to withdraw from the Rome Statute, a treaty that governs the International Criminal Court. Although neither a party nor a donor country, Russia was a signatory to the Rome Statute. Russia’s decision follows a ruling by the ICC that Russia’s… Read more »


Lennart Poulsen of 9 Bedford Row International speaks at IBA & ELSA Law Students’ Conference 2016 on International Courts and Tribunals


On 12–13 November 2016, the Centre for Commercial Law Studies at Queen Mary University in London hosted a conference presented by the IBA Law Students’ Committee and the European Law Students’ Association (ELSA). The event brought together students at different stages of their legal training to participate in sessions and vocational panels both of which… Read more »