Organized By : Liberation War Museum
The end of impunity and beginning of trial process in Bangladesh has important national and global significance. The conference aims to link the national process of justice with international experience and also contextualize Bangladesh genocide and justice process before the international community. The justice process for the international crimes also raises many pertinent questions regarding the significance of transitional justice, dealing with the issue of sexual violence, process of memoralization, dealing with the past and prevention of genocide. It is expected that the conference will throw light on these pertinent issues.
Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Organized By : Stanley Center for Peace and Security
The Stanley Foundation aims to emphasize the institutionalization and implementation of upstream measures to prevent mass atrocity crimes. In collaboration with the Asia Pacific Center for the Responsibility to Protect, the International Coalition for the Responsibility to Protect, and the Global Center for the Responsibility to Protect, the Stanley Foundation will co-host the "R2P at 10" conference to take stock of the last ten years of R2P and look toward strengthening state responsibility to protect and international assistance for states in crisis in the next decade.
San José, Costa Rica
Organized By : GAAMAC
First International GAAMAC Meeting on 4–6 March 2014, San José, Costa Rica
The first international meeting of GAAMAC was held in San José, Costa Rica, from 4-6 March 2014. The aim of the meeting was to convene governments active in genocide prevention and implementing the responsibility to protect and their national focal points, discuss good practices, share learning and explore ways of strengthening their commitment at the national level.
There was a total of 127 participants, including representatives from 52 states, the United Nations, regional organisations, international non-governmental organisations (NGOs), and experts in the prevention of mass atrocity crimes.