Wendy Bremang has been selected to represent the interests of the American Coalition for the International Criminal Court (AMICC) as a Delegate at the Secretariat of the ICC’s Assembly of States Parties 2017 session. This event will be held at the United Nations (UN) Headquarters in New York in December 2017.
We are also delighted to announce that Wendy has been successfully awarded the prestigious Churchill Scholarship by the Scholarship Committee of Gray’s Inn to fund her delegation to New York.
Wendy will be part of a small number of international delegates selected to cover agenda items directly relevant to the advocacy of AMICC. In particular, the 2017 session, will consider whether language on the crime of aggression adopted at the review conference of the Assembly of States Parties in June of 2010 should become an amendment of the Rome Statute.
She will attend the entire session including all official meetings as well as side meetings and official working group sessions which are often held, before, during or after their official plenary meetings.
As part of her duties, Wendy will follow sessions on ‘Victims Court Participation’ and the ‘Victims Trust Fund‘, as these subjects most closely reflect her interests in international justice and the impact of the rule of law on the local affected population.
Wendy continues to practice as a Barrister in Immigration, Asylum and Human Rights Law and will return to Chambers upon completion of her duties as a delegate at the Secretariat of the ICC’s Assembly of States Parties December 2017 session.
To instruct Wendy Bremang, please contact the clerking team.
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