Opportunity for Practitioners in Genocide and Mass Atrocity Prevention
The Institute for Genocide and Mass Atrocity Prevention (I-GMAP) at Binghamton University/The State University of New York is looking for two genocide and mass atrocity practitioners for a residential stay of one academic semester, supported by the Charles E. Scheidt Family Foundation.
The program offers practitioners an opportunity to pause and reflect on their work, share their experience and expertise with faculty, academic staff and students at I-GMAP, instruct and learn from their academic colleagues, and collaborate on new projects with both academic and non-academic partners.
The Resident Practitioner Fellowship program is open to all those individuals actively engaged in the practice of genocide and mass atrocity prevention. Applications are welcomed from practitioners from states and civil society organizations, whether local, national, regional or global, working to predict and interrupt the processes leading to genocides and mass atrocities. Applications from practitioners from the Global South are particularly encouraged.