World Day for International Justice is observed every year on July 17

The treaty that established the International Criminal Court was signed on July 17, 1998.

Since that day in 1998, approximately 139 countries have signed the Court's treaty, and nearly 80 States, representing every region of the world, have ratified it.

On 1 June 2010, at the Rome Statute Review Conference in Kampala (Uganda), the Assembly of State Parties decided to mark 17 July as International Criminal Justice Day.

Every year, people all over the world use this day to promote international criminal justice, particularly support for the International Criminal Court.

"Achieving Social Justice Through Formal Employment" is the theme for World Day for International Justice 2022.

The 17th of July is designated as World Day for International Justice because it commemorates the adoption of the Rome Statute in 1998.

The International Criminal Court (ICC)  is the first permanent and independent international judicial institution capable of trying individuals accused of the most serious violations of international humanitarian and human rights law.

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