From April 24 to April 26, 2023, the Seminar on Cooperation with national focal points took place at the seat of the International Criminal Court (ICC or the Court) in The Hague, The Netherlands. Over the course of three days, officials and focal points from 19 member states met with Court officials and staff to discuss cooperation with the ICC and share good practices. As ICC President Judge Piotr Hofmański stated, “the effective cooperation of States with the ICC is of central importance to the Court . . . by working together, we can make, little by little, headway toward reducing the space for impunity, strengthening access to justice for all, and building lasting peace.” This is the eighth Seminar of its kind. The Seminar is especially important because member states play a crucial role in implementing ICC decisions and orders and State Parties often nominate a national focal point to foster communication and coordination between state authorities and the Court. The Seminar was funded by the European Union.