More than 70 years after crimes against humanity were defined in Article 6(c) of the London Charter and prosecuted at Nuremberg, the international community may soon have a global convention on crimes against humanity. In Chapter IV of the Report of the International Law Commission on the work of the seventy-first session, made available in August 2019, the International Law Commission (ILC) presented the final text of Draft Articles and commentary for this important new treaty. [read more].