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Domestic Legislation | Resources and Links

Domestic legislation for serious crimes under international law


Crime of Aggression

No provision

Crimes Against Humanity

No provision


No provision

War Crimes

  • Prohibition of the Development, Production, Stockpiling, and Use of Chemical Weapons and on Their Destruction Act 2007. Act No. 289, 03 October 2007.

  • Geneva Conventions Act 1958. 1958/19 (NZ), 18 September 1958.

    Related documents:

  • Nuclear Test Ban Act 2014. No. 327. 17 February 2014.


  • See s. 3 (3) of: Geneva Conventions Act 1958. 1958/19 (NZ), 18 September 1958.

    International Criminal Court

    Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court: Niue is not a state party to the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court.

  • Resources and Links

  • Niue Constitution Act 1974.
    New Zealand Legislation, Parliamentary Counsel Office. [ENG]. [Last accessed 24Oct17]. [External Link]

  • Niue Consolidated Legislation.
    Pacific Islands Legal Information Institute, University of the South Pacific School of Law. [ENG]. [Last accessed 24Oct17]. [External Link]

  • Niue Laws, Acts and Regulations.
    Government of Niue. [ENG]. [Last accessed 24Oct17]. [External Link]

  • List of International Humanitarian Law Treaties to which Niue is a State party. [ENG]
    International Committee of the Red Cross. [ENG]. [Last accessed 24Oct17]. [External Link]