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New ICRtoP Publication
Voices from Civil Society: Global Efforts to Prevent Mass Atrocities

How much do you know about the wide-ranging work of civil society groups around the world to prevent genocide, war crimes, crimes against humanity and ethnic cleansing?
 
The International Coalition for the Responsibility to Protect (ICRtoP) is delighted to share with you the second edition of our annual publication Voices from Civil Society: Global Efforts to Prevent Mass Atrocities featuring contributions from 27 organizations working to consolidate support and understanding of the norm, build capacity of global and regional institutions to prevent atrocities, and alert and influence policymakers at all levels to save lives in at-risk situations.
 
For over a decade, civil society groups have served as principal drivers in the development of the Responsibility to Protect. This work of civil society is conducted in an array of complementary sectors, including human rights, conflict prevention, peace and security, country-specific advocacy, humanitarian assistance, women’s rights, interna­tional justice and peacebuilding. As a global network of national, regional and international organizations, the ICRtoP works to connect these groups and amplify their voices with the goal of advancing the prevention of mass atrocities at every level.Through this global partnership, the Coalition seeks to make its guiding mission of “never again” a reality.
 
These are only a few of the voices, and we want to hear from others. Do not hesitate to be in touch with us at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it to share your work with the Coalition and find out more about the featured groups and the work of other civil society organizations.
 
 
 

 

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