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Amidst a challenging year, the Atrocity Prevention Study Group grew and continued to highlight important atrocity prevention issues
Published February 5, 2021


Project Note
The Atrocity Prevention Study Group (APSG) is an innovative, safe, and reliable space where sitting government officials, scholars, and NGO representatives come together to discuss both practical and theoretical aspects of atrocity prevention on an unclassified, non-partisan, non-attributable basis. The APSG meets monthly to discuss a range of thematic and regional atrocity prevention topics.
Published January 29, 2020


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By Alison Giffen:  Twenty years ago, a genocide unfolded across Rwanda, killing over half a million people in the shadow of UN peacekeepers and under the watch of the international community. Rwanda catalyzed major reforms to international norms, …

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Published July 29, 2014


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