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International Criminal Court

Last modified: 2013-12-18 by zoltán horváth
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[International Criminal Court]
image by Zoltan Horvath, 27 November 2011


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Description of the flag

A UN blue flag with a white wreath and centred a pair of scales.


The International Criminal Court, a new judicial organ established to try war criminals and other offenders, recently replied to an e-mail I sent regarding a flag and seal:

"The ICC will study and analyze proposals regarding logos and flags in the next future. This information will be posted on the website."
Valentina Cosimati

Sean McKinniss, 17 March 2003

The status of this flag is considered uncertain.
Colin Dobson, 23 August 2006

There are a few clues that there might be an ICC flag consisting of the emblem (without circle) on a UN blue background, see the ICC Newsletter, No. 7, April, 2006, pages 2 and 8:
http://www.icc-cpi.int/library/about/newsletter/files/ICC-NL7-200604_En.pdf. Unfortunately, we cannot see the flag folded out properly in these photos, and the emblem is obscured in one of them, so further confirmation and documentation is needed. However, the photographs referred to above might bring us a step further towards answering the question of the ICC flag.
Jan Oskar Engene, 10 September 2006

On this photo, UN foreign policy chief Javier Solana, right, talks with the Chief Prosecutor of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia Serge Brammertz, at the EU Council in Brussels, Friday Jan. 18, 2008. The ICC flag is clearly visible behind them.
Ivan Sarajcic, 18 January 2008


Variants of the flag

[International Criminal Court]
Dark blue variant
image by Zoltan Horvath, 27 November 2011

[International Criminal Court]
White variant
image by Zoltan Horvath, 27 November 2011

I have found three different flags of ICC in use. The first one is UN blue with its emblem on the flag (this may be the official variant).
But there are two more versions of ICC flags based on pictures taken during the various events related to ICC.
There is a darker blue version with its logo, and two horizontal lines next to the emblem at hoist and fly parts of the flag. Another version is a white background with blue emblem, but without lines. All three versions are in use!

Image of dark blue flag:
http://vloghvr.consilium.europa.eu/?p=2318
Image of white flag:
http://b.vimeocdn.com/ts/885/193/88519364_640.jpg
Both pictures were taken on same day!! (based on this page) :
http://vloghvr.consilium.europa.eu/?m=201009&paged=2
Both (dark blue and white) flags are visible in this picture:
http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-QiTPEwgFtTE/ThStaIxopvI/AAAAAAAAABo/rkM6rkZUA3Y/s1600/President+Judge+Song.JPG
Zoltan Horvath, 27 November 2011


International Criminal Justice Day Flag

[International Criminal Justice Day Flag]
image by Zoltan Horvath, 27 November 2011

17 July is the Day of International Criminal Justice. Events commemorating 17 July are aimed at raising awareness and generating support for global justice and the fight against impunity. The day is a celebration of the landmark steps that the international community is taking to reach to common goal of global justice, and an opportunity for those who support justice around the world to make their voices heard. The date of 17 July was adopted by the Assembly of the States Parties during the Review Conference of the Rome Statute held in Kampala (Uganda) last year in June and marks the anniversary of the adoption of the Rome Statute, the founding treaty of the ICC.
International Justice Day Flag is dark blue with its white emblem (without olive wreath) placed next to hoist, and its white name in three rows. The date (17 July) is written under the name with light blue letters.
Images of flag at: http://blogfordarfur.org/archives/13218/icc-flag
Similar flags can be seen on this picture at: http://amicc.blogspot.com/2011/07/july-17th-celebrations-rundown-of.html
Zoltan Horvath, 27 November 2011


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