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Organized By : Budapest Centre for the International Prevention of Genocide and Mass Atrocities

Hosted by the Budapest Centre for Mass Atrocities Prevention and the Environment & Development Resource Centre. 

Panelists:
– Olivia Lazard, Environmental Peacemaking Expert / Visiting
Researcher, Carnegie Europe / Policy Advisor, EDRC
– Kyle Matthews , Executive Director, Montreal Institute for Genocide and Human Rights Studies
– Gyorgy Tatar, Chair, Budapest Centre for Mass Atrocities Prevention
Moderator
Ronald A Kingham , Executive Director, Environment & Development Resource Centre

Driven by its mission to narrow the gap between early warning and early action, the Budapest Centre for Mass Atrocities Prevention (BCMAP), in cooperation with the Environment & Development Resource Centre , plans to convene a Multipolar Task Force (MTF) that will explore the risks of mass atrocities in the context of a wider range of geopolitical issues and potential threats to security in the future.
How will climate change and the digital revolution including artificial intelligence impact security challenges? What will these threat multipliers mean for civilian protection? How will they increase risks of mass
atrocities? How can international actors respond to these threats in the course of the ongoing geopolitical changes?
The proposed Multipolar Task Force will aim to generate political will and enhancing of cooperation among the UN Security Council Permanent Member States (P5) which in particular have both the responsibility and the opportunity within the international community to better address the
contemporary challenges, protecting civilians from mass killing and uniting rather than dividing diverse cultures and communities. The goal is to discover actionable responses while utilizing the perspectives of different cultures and the younger generation, who will be most impacted by the challenges that lie ahead.

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Budapest, Hungary

Organized By : Budapest Centre for the International Prevention of Genocide and Mass Atrocities

By the Budapest Centre for Mass Atrocities Prevention in cooperation with the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade and the African-Hungarian Union

The Budapest Centre organizes the Roundtable as a Pre-event of the 9th Budapest Human Rights Forum to present the main conclusions of the activities of the African Task Force and generate discussion on the possible ways of implementing the policy recommendations of the ATF Report.

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Washington DC

Organized By : Budapest Centre for the International Prevention of Genocide and Mass Atrocities

By the Budapest Centre for the International Prevention of Genocide and Mass Atrocities

Implementation of a Normative Principle

This year, 2015, marks the tenth anniversary of the World Summit in which Member States embraced the Responsibility to Protect concept entailed in paragraph 138-139 of the Summit Outcome Document. This anniversary has been defined by Secretary General Ban Ki-moon as an “opportune moment” to analyze consensus reached to date around RtoP and discuss future implementation efforts. On this note, this session aims at shading light on the future implementation of RtoP and on the possibilities and prospects of a transatlantic cooperation on the responsibility to protect.

MODERATOR
Enzo Maria Le Fevre Cervini, Director of Research and Cooperation, Budapest Centre for the International Prevention of Genocide and Mass Atrocities

SPEAKERS
Adama Dieng, UN Special Adviser to the Secretary General on the Prevention of Genocide
Tod Lindberg, Research Fellow, Hoover Institution, Stanford University
Lee Feinstein, Dean, School of Global and International Studies, Indiana University

More information regarding the event can be found here.

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World Bank Headquarters, Washington DC

Organized By : Budapest Centre for the International Prevention of Genocide and Mass Atrocities

By the Budapest Centre for the International Prevention of Genocide and Mass Atrocities

11:00 - 12:30pm: Room MC9-100 – 1818 H street NW, Washington DC

The Budapest Centre for the International Prevention of Genocide and Mass Atrocities is organizing a panel discussion on the role that private sector and private foundations play in the implementation of the Responsibility to Protect (RtoP).

This panel is part of the broader project “Deconstructing Mass Atrocities and Development”: a series of session on the interaction between development cooperation and RtoP. This event is organized within the Global Forum on Law, Justice and Development which is a permanent knowledge forum that seeks to connect experts and stakeholders from around the world and to provide a mechanism for continual and efficient knowledge exchange and for the cogeneration of innovative legal solutions to development challenges based on efficiency, equity and justice.

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Warsaw, Poland

Organized By : Budapest Centre for the International Prevention of Genocide and Mass Atrocities

By the Budapest Centre for the International Prevention of Genocide and Mass Atrocities

5-7 October

The last workshop of V4 Prevention - Series of Workshop in the Visegrad Group to Prevent Mass Atrocities will take place in Warsaw, Poland, in dates 5-7 October. To participate in the workshop, please fill out the Participation Form no later than Friday, September 19th, 2015.

V4 Prevention is an initiative of the Budapest Centre for the International Prevention of Genocide and Mass Atrocities, organized in collaboration with partners from the Visegrad Group and the UN Office of the Special Adviser on the Prevention of Genocide, and supported by the International Visegrad Fund. The Workshop in Poland is the last event of a four-semester programme consisting of three-day workshops in all Visegrad Group countries. The workshop is open to members of the legislations, representatives of governmental institutions, academia and civil society. This series offers a good opportunity to build a common preventive framework in the region.