Recent stories


A Powerful Combination: Mixing Art, History and Students

Two teachers at The Dayton Regional STEM School are making creative connections with history and art to educate students about conflict and genocide....

Tweet about this on Twitter14 sharesShare on Facebook199

Global Concern Growing Over Risk of Atrocities in Burma

Tensions are high and the risk of violence is on the rise in Burma.......

Tweet about this on Twitter33 sharesShare on Facebook444

Taking a Stand for Human Rights: A Conversation with Juan Méndez

70 years after the Holocaust, the world still needs better monitoring and prevention, stronger responses to mass atrocities, and robust systems for justice....

Tweet about this on Twitter33 sharesShare on Facebook110

How to Win An Election in Sudan? Bombs, Bullets, Repression

How does a man wanted on charges of genocide get re-elected? It takes bombs, bullets and repression and the rest of the world looking...

Tweet about this on Twitter18 sharesShare on Facebook102

They Made it Ashore: The Journey of the “Lucky” Rohingya

Fleeing the threat of genocide, Burma's ethnic minority Rohingya are risking death, rape, and drowning by the thousands....

continue reading
Tweet about this on Twitter17 sharesShare on Facebook0

United To End Genocide – Organization Overview



Supporting members



Contributing Countries



Legislative Actions

1 mission

1 mission

Stop the horror

Our Mission

United to End Genocide is dedicated to preventing and ending genocide and mass atrocities worldwide by building a powerful, lasting movement of community activists, faith leaders, students, artists, investors and genocide survivors, and all those who believe we must fulfill the promise the world made following the Holocaust: “Never Again!”

Learn more about our work