Our mission and duty is to take practical and necessary measures to prevent genocide. The Center for the Prevention of Genocide is a nonprofit charity that serves as one of the world’s only early warning systems for massive human rights violations.
We monitor international hotspots for indicators of genocide using on-line sources, as well as people and organizations on the ground in those locations. Using these resources, we compile evidence of genocide abuse and bring the information to government organizations and the media.
The Center for the Prevention of Genocide was created after forty years of genocide and humanitarian scholars calling for such a center. We monitor and study precursors of genocide present around the world. We are committed to using politically neutral and technical methods to confirm, anticipate and aid in the prevention of genocide. We use on the ground resources and a network of NGO, governmental and international organizations to compile and publish evidence.
Founded in October 2000 as an affiliate charitable organization of Improve The World International, the Center is made up of 15-25 volunteer staff members, and includes MA students of International Relations, Peace and Conflict Prevention, IT specialists, Humanitarian scholars and other specialized volunteers.
Combining high academic standards and advanced technology, the Center brings nonpartisan, non-religiously affiliated information to policymakers and the media, with the goal of preventing genocide.
|About CPG’s Senior Fellowship Program|
The Senior Fellowship Program is composed of a qualified group of retired or volunteer professionals with expertise in the areas that CPG monitor’s. Each fellow is expected to conduct and publish research and oversee the human rights violation monitoring in their area of expertise. Fellows are available for media commentary and will provide testimony and present evidence of massive human rights violations in Washington or at the United Nations. Finally, fellows mentor CPG’s interns as a means of enhancing the student’s experience at CPG. Fellows are given full use of CPG’s facilities and are provided offices for research, meetings and appointments.
For more information on CPG’s Senior Fellowship Program or to schedule an appointment with one of our fellows, please contact Mr. Richard O’Brien.
Mr. Charles Fairbanks
Professor Pierre Sales
Professor Richard Skolnik
CPG’s staff is composed of a qualified group of volunteer students from prestigious universities around the world.
We welcome applications for graduate and undergraduate volunteer and/or college credit internships. To apply please contact us.
Our Interns come from all over the world and have contributed a great deal to the international aspect of the Center for the Prevention of Genocide.
|From the Middle East|
|From North and South America|