GAAMAC is a global inclusive state-led initiative
to prevent atrocities (genocide, war crimes, ethnic cleansing, crimes against humanity)
GAAMAC provides a platform
for exchange, dialogue, and dissemination of learning and good practice on prevention
GAAMAC supports states
to build their capacities to prevent atrocities as well as to develop and implement national preventive strategies
GAAMAC stays informed and keeps informed
by undertaking research on the latest developments in atrocity prevention from around the world, and disseminating relevant information via its website, the regular newsletter and the event platform
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Posted 10/4/21, 9:54 AM
For the second year in a row, GAAMAC is delighted to take part to the Geneva Peace Week. It will hold a panel on “Addressing the...
Posted 9/15/21, 1:47 PM
Two GAAMAC informal partners, the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance and UNESCO, together with the United Nations and the European...
Posted 9/8/21, 8:02 AM
The Inamori International Center for Ethics and Excellence at Case Western Reserve University will award GAAMAC Chair,...
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We are thrilled to launch our new #PreventionInAction series! Hear from an individual who successfully contributed to advancing atrocity prevention in their context, with a specific focus on national mechanism.
GAAMAC is excited to announce the launch of its new resource library!
This tool is meant to catalogue atrocity prevention related reference documents, videos, toolkits and manuals, reports, statements and more. You can filter according to topic, resource type, location or institution type.
In the context of the COVID-19 crisis, GAAMAC is launching a series of conversations on the parallels between public health and atrocity prevention.
The conversations take place between Mô Bleeker, GAAMAC chair and Dr Jennifer Leaning, Professor of the Practice of Health and Human Rights at Harvard University and GAAMAC Steering Group member.
GAAMAC III - Third Global Meeting
was held in Kampala, Uganda in May 2018
GAAMAC III Outcome Document