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Supporting and Integrating Genocide Prevention Initiatives

Supporting and Integrating Genocide Prevention Initiatives

Ariana Harner and Kate O'Hare | April 24, 2013

The Applied Practice and Theory (APT) researchers at the School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, Ariana Harner and Kate O’Hare, in collaboration with the Genocide Prevention Program, have produced the first policy brief calling for integrated engagement between the US Atrocity Prevention Board and the International Conference on the Great Lakes Region.  Executive Summary Genocide […]

Kenya: Violence Averted, Peace Still Needed

Kenya: Violence Averted, Peace Still Needed

Bridget Moix | April 12, 2013

On April 9, five years after a wave of post-electoral violence killed some 1,300 and displaced hundreds of thousands, Uhuru Kenyatta was sworn in as Kenya’s next president.  The completion of Kenya’s elections process – without renewed mass violence – has prompted an international sigh of relief in many quarters, including those in the genocide prevention […]

African Great Lakes Initiative Report on Observation of March 2013 Kenyan National Elections

African Great Lakes Initiative Report on Observation of March 2013 Kenyan National Elections

African Great Lakes Initiative | April 11, 2013

The African Great Lakes Initiative, as part of the network supported by Quaker Peace & Social Witness and in coordination with Change Agents for Peace International, Friends Church Peace Teams, and Friends United Meeting, released its report on observation of the recent Kenyan national elections.   Executive Summary African Great Lakes Initiative (AGLI) and Friends […]

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Global Action Against Mass Atrocity Crimes (GAAMAC) launch in March in Costa Rica

Global Action Against Mass Atrocity Crimes (GAAMAC) launch in March in Costa Rica

February 23, 2014

After a series of four regional fora focusing on the prevention of genocide, which took place in Argentina (2008), Tanzania (2010), Switzerland (2011) and Cambodia (2013), representatives of six states (three engaged in the Prevention of Genocide network (Argentina, Switzerland, and Tanzania) and three serving as co-facilitators of the National Focal Point Initiative for the […]

3rd Generation Citizen-based Early Warning System

3rd Generation Citizen-based Early Warning System

April 25, 2013

The Genocide Prevention Program and Program on History, Memory and Conflict at the School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution (S-CAR) cordially invite you to a lecture series on 3rd Generation Early Warning System   3rd Generation Citizen-Based Early Warning System Using Sri Lankan example to discuss the broad application of community-based early warning for the […]

Brown Bag: Rwandan Peacemaker and Quaker Pastor David Bucura

Brown Bag: Rwandan Peacemaker and Quaker Pastor David Bucura

April 10, 2013

David Bucura will discuss the impact of Healing and Rebuilding Our Community (HROC) in Central Africa through the lens of transformative mediation for reconciliation and the cultural impact of Children’s Peace Libraries. Tuesday April 16th  12:00-1:30pm Truland Building 555   Mr. Bucura’s work with Healing and Rebuilding Our Community (HROC) in Central Africa focuses on helping heal […]

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