Never Again: How Genocide and Other Mass Atrocities Can Be Prevented featuring Rachel Gerber from the Stanley Foundation

More than six decades after the Holocaust, ongoing violence in Syria is a vivid reminder that the systematic targeting of civilians remains a consistent reality of global politics. In 2005, the full array of global leaders at the United Nations World Summit committed to the principle known as the “Responsibility to Protect,” which outlines a series of shared commitments to prevent and halt atrocity violence, specifically genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes and ethnic cleansing.


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