This panel will bring together experts to explore how Special Procedures mandate holders can overcome challenges to the prevention of atrocities and ways the UN can effectively utilize early warning signs provided by Special Procedures. This event is organized by Costa Rica, Luxembourg, Sierra Leone and Switzerland, and the Global Centre for the Responsibility.
The event will take place online on Dec 7, 2021, at 2:00 pm UTC. The event is open to all.
Emerging Technologies in Peacebuilding and Prevention is organized by the NYU Center on International Cooperation, in partnership with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the Netherlands, and the United Nation’s Center for Humanitarian Data. This workshop will focus on how to leverage technologies and data science methods to find solutions to the growing problems of conflict and violence.
This event will take place online on December 1st & 2nd. The workshop is open to all.
Tech for Democracy 2021 is an international virtual conference hosted by the Danish government. This conference will bring together representatives from the government, tech industry, and civil society organizations in conversation on how to use technology for human rights and democracy.
This event will take place online on 18 November from 1 pm - 4 pm UTC. The conference is open to all.
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Organized By : GAAMAC
GAAMAC’s fourth Global Meeting took place from the 15th to the 18th of November 2021. It was GAAMAC’s first online Global Meeting and the first to center around a precise subject, namely “strengthening national efforts to address hate speech, discrimination and prevent incitement”.
With over 300 registered attendees and hundreds of livestream viewers, the Global Meeting was a success. 61 countries were represented and 58% speakers were women, testimony of GAAMAC’s inclusive approach.
The event was jointly hosted by the members of GAAMAC’s Steering Group, in cooperation with the United Nations Office of the Special Adviser on Genocide Prevention and with the support of the Kingdom of the Netherlands.
Recognizing and Countering Holocaust Distortion Webinar is hosted by The International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA). In this webinar, IHRA invites you to the launch of the explanatory film Holocaust Distortion: A Growing Threat and the publication Understanding Holocaust Distortion: Contexts, Backgrounds, and Examples.
This event will take place online on November 8th, 2021 from 4 PM-5 PM UTC. The conference is open to all.