The International Criminal Court (ICC) has launched a new #JusticeMatters social media campaign from 1 to 17 July, the Day of International Criminal Justice, including a Facebook photo contest. Participants are invited to submit photos, to ask their networks to like and share them, and to challenge their friends to add a little justice to their world view.
(TOP: Photos of the scales of justice will be submitted on the ICC 17 July Facebook page transforming a monument, city skyline or a natural landscape into a symbol of justice).
Photos of the scales of justice will be submitted on the ICC July 17 Facebook page transforming a monument, city skyline or a natural landscape into a symbol of justice. The three photos to receive the most “likes” and “shares” will win a Justice Matters photo book. The campaign aims to raise awareness of the ICC, its goals, and the importance of international criminal justice on a global scale.
The Day of International Criminal Justice marks the anniversary of the adoption on July 17, 1998 of the Rome Statute, the founding treaty of the ICC, which seeks to deter people from genocide, crimes against humanity and war crime. July 17 unites all those who wish to support justice, promote victims’ rights, and help prevent crimes that threaten the peace and security of the world.