July 1st was the start of Susan Rice’s new position as National Security Advisor to President Obama, marking the end of her term as Ambassador to the UN.
Last week, at a conference in Turkey, our own Dan Sullivan joined activists, experts, and survivors to discuss global efforts to end mass atrocities.
The image of one million handmade bones on the National Mall gives Americans a better sense of the scale of the these tragedies and the urgency for action.
Given the records of Susan Rice and Samantha Power there is reason for optimism that genocide prevention will gain renewed attention and priority.
The Atrocities Prevention Board is crafting new tools to bolster U.S. responses to brewing atrocities so that another Rwanda doesn't happen.
Nations across the globe have the opportunity to help stop weapons from getting into the hands of human rights abusers by signing the Arms Trade Treaty.
For the past year, Falmouth High School student Natalie Kuhn has been using the beauty of art to protest genocide.
The tragic and violent events known as genocides in Armenia, Bosnia, Rwanda, Darfur, and the Holocaust all hold their commemorations this month. For this reason, April marks the Genocide Prevention Month.
Retracing his brother's last steps in Cambodia, one man uncovers his brother’s courageous fight while confronting those who continue to remain free.