Cookie Policy

ITJP is committed to protecting the privacy of our website visitors. Our website uses cookies to enhance the user experience and collect information about website usage. This Cookie Policy explains what cookies are, how ITJP uses them, and how to manage cookies.

What are Cookies?

Cookies are small text files placed on a computer or mobile device when a user visits a website. Cookies store information about website usage, such as the pages visited, the time spent on the website, and any preferences the user selects. Cookies can also be used to collect anonymous data about the website's performance and user behavior.

How does ITJP use Cookies?

ITJP uses cookies to improve our website’s user experience and collect information about website usage. This information is used to improve our website’s functionality and provide better services to our visitors. Cookies may also be used to personalize content and advertisements and to analyze website traffic.

ITJP also uses third-party cookies from service providers such as Google Analytics to collect anonymous data about website usage and performance. This data helps us to understand how our website is being used and to identify any areas for improvement.

Managing Cookies

You can manage cookies on our website by changing your browser settings. This will allow you to accept or reject cookies or delete ones already set. Please note that disabling cookies may affect the functionality of our website and limit your ability to use certain features.

For more information on managing cookies in your web browser, please refer to the relevant browser's help documentation.

Contact Us

If you have any questions or concerns about ITJP's use of cookies, please do not hesitate to contact us by email at

Effective Date:

January 1, 2024 This Cookie Policy was last updated on January 1, 2024. ITJP reserves the right to make changes to this policy at any time. Any changes will be posted on this page, so please check back regularly to stay informed about our use of cookies.


1. Combating international crimes in war-torn countries, especially in Afghanistan, since Afghanistan ratified the Rome Statute, related treaties, conventions, and protocols. This struggle is focused on war crimes, crimes against humanity, genocide, and crimes against aggression.

2. Support and conduct non-partisan research and educational and informational activities to increase public awareness of international crimes, transitional justice, and lasting peace. Training, guidance, and advice in these areas where needed;

3. Advocacy and litigation for human rights, the rights of victims of war crimes, crimes against humanity, genocide, and crimes against aggression, within the framework of international law.

4. Dialogue, agreement, and cooperation with governments, the United Nations, and international organizations to combat the mentioned international crimes and defend the rights of victims, especially in Afghanistan, to ensure justice and lasting peace;

5. Help to bring perpetrators of international crimes to justice and to put an end to the impunity of the perpetrators of such crimes.

6. We are monitoring the human rights situation, including women's rights, minorities rights, the rights to work and education, gender-based violation, and the rule of law and judicial activities of the Taliban, Reporting, training, and advising in this area where needed.
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