Foundation for the Establishment of an International Criminal Court (FEICC)
Fondation pour l'établissement d'une cour criminelle internationale
Fundación para el Establecimiento de una Corte Criminal Internacional
1970-03-26 Los Angeles CA USA
Founded on the initiative of Robert Kurt Woetzel (1930-1991). Registered in accordance with the laws of the State of California (USA). Subsequently incorporated U-XE3609 - International Criminal Law Commission (ICLC), set up in 1965, and U-XG9346 - Center for the Advancement of International Criminal Law and Justice. No activities reported since 2010.
Together with ICLC: promote a progressive development of international criminal law; draft codes of conduct, statutes for international commissions and courts, and proposals for implementing international agreements on human rights and humanitarian law as well as international criminal law; establish the principle of individual responsibility, conscience and accountability as a reference point for policy and decision-makers; educate and assist in the establishment of an international criminal court for the definition of certain crimes and related punishments and procedures.
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