The Genocide Prevention Advisory Network is an informal, international network of experts on the causes, consequences, and prevention of genocide and other mass atrocities.
Author Bertram I. Spector argues that peace and economic recovery in countries emerging from violent conflict are more likely and more durable when good governance reforms and corruption controls are included in negotiations ending the conflict.
A dialogue on peacebuilding issues between civil society and EU institutions.
Peacebuilding organizations are under increasing external pressure to demonstrate the impact of their programming. From within the field as well, there is a growing desire to develop effective evaluation systems that can create accountability to funders and to the beneficiaries of peacebuilding initiatives. A USIP event and webcast.
Speech by Jonathan Prentice, Senior Policy Adviser at the International Crisis Group. Identifying and Overcoming Obstacles to Preventive Action: From Early Warning to Policy Options to Response, Seminar hosted by the Hungarian Presidency of the European Union. Thursday, 12 May 2011, Brussels.
The role of social media has been placed at the heart of analysis of social change, but we should take care not to see it as the golden ticket to political or developmental progress.
Lecture by Louise Arbour, President & CEO of the International Crisis Group, on the occasion of the Sir Joseph Hotung International Human Rights Lecture 2011, at the British Museum, 27 April 2011.
A conversation about the potential of the Internet and other digital communication technology as mediums for exercising the fundamental freedoms of expression, peaceful assembly, and association.
Remarks by Maria Otero, Under Secretary for Democracy and Global Affairs, US Department of State, on promoting human rights around the world.