Establishing Performance Indicators for the International Criminal Court
During its 13th session the Assembly of States Parties requested the International Criminal Court to develop performance indicators and report back to the Assembly at its 14th session. While the notion of performance indicators is relatively simple, the process of developing them for the ICC may be rather complex. It is important that indicators cover a range of actions and perspectives that allow for a comprehensive assessment of the Court’s work. The ICC should consult and consider the views of external stakeholders, including civil society, when developing performance indicators. It is also imperative that the Court resolves a number of data collection issues before it sets out criteria and indicators.
- Climate Justice
- Digital Rights and Fair Elections
- Discrimination and Racial Justice
- International Crimes