Conference Outcome Document – Regional Capacity to Protect, Prevent and Response: UN-Asia Pacific Strategy and Coordination
17-18 May 2012
Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok, Thailand
The Asia Pacific Centre for the Responsibility to Protect (APC R2P), in cooperation with the Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID) and in partnership with Chulalongkorn University, organized a two-day conference on 17-18 May in Bangkok, Thailand. The meeting brought together some 80 international and local participants from various sectors across the globe to discuss and debate on the principle of R2P and its implementation.
Evelyn Serrano, Regional Coordinator for the Coalition for the International Criminal Court, spoke at the conference on behalf of ICRtoP and William Pace, Executive-Director of WFM-Institute for Global Policy, a Steering Committee member of ICRtoP.
This Conference Outcome Document provides the contextual highlights, focuses on the key debates, and suggests recommendations.
Sections included in the Outcome Document include:
• The future of RtoP;
• Pillar 3 of RtoP and Sovereignty Issues;
• Brazil’s concept of “Responsibility while Protecting” (RwP);
• Role of Regional Organizations in Promoting R2P;
• And further outcomes and recommendations.
Read the full Outcome Document.
Find out more information about the conference.