ICLS member Kirstin Janssen-Holldiek participated at the ICC Review Conference in Kampala / Uganda in May / June 2010.

In March 2006 the International Criminal Law Society organized the seminar "Moldova and the International Criminal Court" in Chisinau. For two days experts from the Moldovan Constitutional Court, the Ministry of Justice, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and universities discussed with experts from Germany and the Netherlands the ratification of the Rome Statute by Moldova.

In 2005 and 2006 members of the International Criminal Law Society organized seminars on the Introduction to International Criminal Law at the Free University Berlin. In April 2005 and March 2006 the students could discuss with practitioners at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia and the International Criminal Court during excursions to The Hague/Netherlands.

In 2004, the International Criminal Law Society is involved in the project "Information and Ratification Campaign on the ICC in Central Asia and Mongolia" which covers several seminars in central Asian countries. Lecturers by the International Criminal Law Society (ICLS) as well as from partner organizations inform military and civilian experts as well as parliamentarians on the Rome Statute and the consequences of its implementation into national law.

In 2003, the International Criminal Law Society and its partners organized a conference in Bucharest/ Romania from May 9- 11, 2003 on the subject "ICC-Implementation in Eastern and Central Europe".

Already in October 2000, the International Criminal Law Society organized a conference in Berlin on the subject "ICC - what's next? Domestic and foreign approaches to the implementation of international criminal law in national law".

Both conferences had the aim to promote national implementation of the Rome Statute into national law. Security, human rights and no impunity for international crimes cannot only be guaranteed by the International Criminal Court. Contributions by the executive, the legislative as well as the judicative bodies of the European States are necessary. Both conferences offered a forum to exchange knowledge on the state of the implementation of legislation for experts from the competent ministries and parliaments who are directly involved with the implementation of the Statute.