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's center to advance and mass atrocity prevention through awareness raising, policy outreach and innovative research.
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Preventing Genocide Sep 16
As the government in increases its brutal attacks on civilians, 3 million men, women, and children in province face the risk of mass killing. The international community must work to protect those in danger and hold perpetrators accountable.
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Fortify Rights Sep 2
Our latest report 'Tools of Genocide: National Verification Cards and the Denial of Citizenship of Muslims in Myanmar' is out today. Download the full report here:
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US Holocaust Museum Aug 24
Two years ago, the military in escalated a violent campaign against civilians, killing men, women, and children—forcing about 800,000 into neighboring Bangladesh. In 2018, we found compelling evidence the military committed genocide. Many are at risk.
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US Holocaust Museum Aug 22
The Burmese government as well as the international community failed to respond to early warning signs and prevent the genocide perpetrated against the population. There has been no meaningful improvement to the conditions facing the Rohingya.
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Just Security Aug 13
The word “genocide” was mentioned more than 75 times in presidential debates between 1999 and 2016. Candidates better be prepared, says . via
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Preventing Genocide Aug 8
research intern Jamie Wise shares insights from the 2019 conference focused on rethinking genocide studies and prevention.
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Preventing Genocide Aug 7
Nouveau Rapport de : “Des Élections Incertains: Prévenir des atrocités criminelles en ” qui met l'accent sur les élections 2020 de et
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Matters of State Aug 5
Episode 3 of our series is out now! This week we interview Lawrence Woocher of on forecasting and preventing .
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Preventing Genocide Aug 2
Tomorrow marks the 5th anniversary of the genocide committed against the in Iraq. As we stand with survivors we are concerned they—along with other religious minorities & civilians—are at risk for future violence.
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Preventing Genocide Aug 1
WATCH NOW: Five years ago, ISIS sought to destroy the Yezidi people, committing mass murder, rape, and kidnapping against the religious minority. Join us to remember the Yezidi genocide and hear what can be done to help the Yezidi people today.
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Preventing Genocide Aug 1
Live in one hour on Facebook, at 9:30 a.m. ET, learn about the genocide five years ago in northern Iraq. Founder Pari Ibrahim is our guest. 📸 Mackenzie Knowles-Coursin
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Preventing Genocide Jul 31
Five years after ISIS swept through northern Iraq, committing mass murder, rape and kidnapping, more than 3,000 women and girls are still missing. Join us live on Facebook on 8/1 at 9:30 a.m. ET to learn what can be done to help the Yezidi people today.
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Preventing Genocide Jul 31
. released new report today by and on risks for violence as the 2020 elections approach in .
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Preventing Genocide Jul 30
Five years ago, ISIS sought to destroy the Yezidi people, committing mass murder, rape, and kidnapping against the religious minority. Join us 8/1 at 9:30 a.m. ET to remember the Yezidi genocide and hear what can be done to help the Yezidi people today.
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Preventing Genocide Jul 29
From : Rohingya tell Myanmar they refuse to return without recognition Threats against and other minorities continue in , and conditions remain unsafe for refugees to return.
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Preventing Genocide Jul 25
Thank you to & for hosting today's event on Myanmar's Crisis and the photo exhibition that followed. Thank you to all of our speakers and all who attended.
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Preventing Genocide Jul 25
. shares two heart-wrenching tales of the military's violence vs and Kachin communities. "What we are seeing is not new and will not be solved by Myanmar."
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Preventing Genocide Jul 25
The US government can do two things right now to hold senior military officials accountable for their crimes: issue financial sanctions vs Min Aung Hlaing, others & issue a determination on crimes vs the -
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Preventing Genocide Jul 25
Crimes are still being committed in N Rakhine, Shan, Kachin states in , but you see fewer reports, because journalists risk being thrown in prison.
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Preventing Genocide Jul 25
Rohingya Human Rights Network's @Ukht_Yasin: I have lived my life believing I was less than human. International action matters because it humanizes us.
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