Brussels, Belgium (15th June 2017) – The International Criminal Court Against Child Kidnapping (ICCACK) is the apex court of law at the international level, dealing with the cases, related to the child kidnapping, the enforced disappearance of children as well as the violation of the Rights of the Child. This court is housed in the city of Brussels in Belgium.
Though the judicial systems in all countries try to ensure reasonable justice to its citizens, research suggests, each year, millions of victims of violation of UN conventions for the Protection of the Child and the UN Human Rights Convention are deprived from getting suitable justice. In some instances, these courts even refuse to take up the cases for a hearing and in those instances, it appears that no hopes are alive for the victims. Just in those moments, they can approach ICCACK that upholds the safeguards the provisions of the various international UN treaties, conventions, and agreements made between different nations at different times.
This court takes up the cases from the security council of the United Nations or from the direct appeals from the victims from around the world. The best part about appealing at this Court is that it ensures timely justice, and unless the applicant in winning the case, they will not require paying any amount of money to the court. Thus, even the flocks with a tight budget, can think of approaching this court to get fair justice in a timely manner.
“Our verdict on cases of violation of human and child rights are held final in more than 194 countries across the globe. The objective of our court is to safeguard human and child rights, in accordance with the international laws and treaties. Our mission is to put an end to the instances of child right and human rights violations”, stated the spokesperson of the International Criminal Court Against Child Kidnapping.
About the International Criminal Court against Child Kidnapping:
Protecting & Enforcing the Human Rights of the Child
The International Criminal Court against Child Kidnapping is an international court of law that deals with the legal cases, related to violation of children’s human rights and parental child kidnapping cases.
The specific purpose of the court is based on the following principles as well as International Conventions, Laws and Treaties:
The International Criminal Court against Child Kidnapping is an organization pursuing its authority based on principles long established by international conventions, laws, and treaties.
The International Criminal Court against Child Kidnapping accepts universal jurisdiction based on international laws to prosecute individuals for the international crimes of (parental) child kidnapping, crimes against humanity, human rights violations, and the enforced disappearance of children by government officials.
The International Criminal Court against Child Kidnapping was established to complement existing international judicial systems. Therefore, it may only exercise its jurisdiction when certain conditions are met, such as when national courts are unwilling or unable to prosecute criminals or when the United Nations Security Council or individual states refer investigations to the court.
Every year 10 million children are kidnapped around the world, and most governments are unable or unwilling to solve this global problem. The International Criminal Court against Child Kidnapping is principled upon the provisions established in the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, the Rome Statute, the Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms, and the Declaration of Human Rights. The Declaration of Human Rights has been signed and ratified by more than 193 nations of the world.
The International Criminal Court against Child Kidnapping is the court of last resort for prosecution pf the crime of (parental) child kidnapping, enforced disappearance of children by government officials, human rights violations, and crimes against humanity. Any party seeking help from the court shall have exhausted all domestic remedies available to them. The court may be able to advise parties if domestic remedies are still open, such as international tort claims; however, the court will not accept jurisdiction in any case if domestic remedies are still open to parties in order to avoid international confusion of jurisdiction. The court is therefore the ultimate jurisdiction of last resort. Its founding principles are established in the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, the Rome Statute, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and the Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms and entered into force on the day of its establishment.
The International Criminal Court against Child Kidnapping actively seeks justice, enforces criminal laws concerning (parental) child kidnapping, and protects the rights of the child by putting international justice on the map. The International Criminal Court against Child Kidnapping has made itself responsible for international criminal accountability and has worldwide reach to bring those who commit crimes against children to justice.
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International Criminal Court Against Child Kidnapping dedicated itself to preserving and reinforce the Rights of the Child.