New Educational Tools from the ICRtoP
In light of the ICRtoP’s mandate to increase awareness of the Responsibility to Protect among governments, civil society, and the public, we are pleased to share with you the following new educational tools:
To assist in increasing understanding of the impact of CSOs in upholding RtoP as well s spurring further action for atrocities prevention, this newly-updated document provides an overview of initiatives led by organizations throughout the world as well as suggestions for additional steps to promote and implement the norm.
This series invites ICRtoP members as well as partners and academic experts to examine critical country cases, international/regional perspectives, and thematic issues that have been influential in the development of the norm over the past 10 years, and that will have a lasting impact going forth into the next decade. Posts thus far include a three-part introductory piece to the series by Alex Bellamy of the Asia-Pacific Centre for the Responsibility to Protect and an infographic detailing ways that civil society organizations can use the norm’s 10th anniversary as an opportunity to mobilize support at the national, regional and international levels.
This document, produced in collaboration with ICRtoP Member PAX, highlights how disarmament and arms control can help actors to implement the Responsibility to Protect. Additionally, the document outlines recommendations for how civil society organizations can work to advance atrocities prevention and humanitarian disarmament.
You can find more Educational Tools by the ICRtoP here. Want to learn how RtoP has been applied in practice? View our Crisis Pages here.