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Global Meetings

Online

Organized By : International Coalition of Sites of Conscience (ICSC)

In this webinar co-organised with GAAMAC partner International Sites of Conscience, practitioners, activists and survivors from Africa, Asia and Latin America will speak about the challenges the pandemic has posed in their countries – as well as the occasional positive developments such as discussions around ceasefires – and the lessons we can learn to ensure that transitional justice and atrocity prevention efforts are not as affected during similar events in the future.


Shattuck Center, School for Public Policy, Central European University Budapest

The 6th Lemkin Reunion will examine these trends, discuss the challenges they pose for the prevention and punishment of atrocities and promotion of the rule of law, and propose ways forward.


Church Center of the United Nations, New York

Organized By : International Coalition of Sites of Conscience (ICSC)

Join the International Coalition of Sites of Conscience (ICSC) and the Global Action Against Mass Atrocity Crimes (GAAMAC) as they offer solutions and strategies for best centering grassroots women's narratives so that they become catalysts for atrocity prevention agendas through unique peace-building programs that include art healing techniques, memorialization initiatives and survivor-led human rights documentation processes.


McGill University Faculty of Law, Montreal

Organized By : Global Justice Center

This conference, among leading scholars and practitioners, draws on these recent efforts to reflect on a gendered understanding of the crime of genocide.


Kampala, Uganda

Organized By : GAAMAC

GAAMAC, in cooperation with the government of Uganda, will hold its third biennial Global Meeting (GAAMAC III) in Kampala, Uganda from 23 to 25 May 2018. During GAAMAC III, states and civil society organizations will work together to make prevention a reality at the local, national, regional and international level.

GAAMAC III will enable participants to analyze and exchange on good practice and lessons learned from ongoing experiences of prevention. Cross learning will also be part of the program with in-depth exchanges about other preventive systems (e.g. public health and disaster risk reduction), the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) as a tool to mainstream the prevention of mass atrocities, thematic exchanges on early warning systems, the role of memory and remembrance in non-recurrence, prevention of hate speech, information and early warning technology in atrocity prevention, the role of parliamentarians, youth, women, religious actors, media and the security sector to name just a few.

We look forward to welcoming you in Kampala!


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