|The Genocide Prevention Quarterly
The Genocide Prevention Quarterly seeks to advance the
field of genocide prevention and provide practical solutions to the ongoing
problem of genocide. Drawing articles from scholars, humanitarian workers,
technical experts, and first-hand witnesses of acts of genocide, the
Quarterly serves as a gathering point where these perspectives can come
together and contribute to the international dialogue. Past contributor’s to the
journal include Congressman Tom Lantos (the only holocaust survivor serving in
Congress), Congressman James H. Maloney, and UN accredited observer Aaron
Subscriptions are available on a calendar-year basis. The
annual subscription rate is $18 (USD). Back issues are available in hard
copy format for $5 (USD). To place an order, please contact us.
The CPG has published more than twenty reports. Past reports
have addressed situations in Indonesia, Columbia, Afghanistan, Angola, the Great
Lakes Region, Sudan, and Chechnya. Each report consists of a historical
account of the violence, as well as a description of all groups and leaders
involved. The reports also include a discussion of the applicability of
the 1948 UN Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of Genocide. These
reports are distributed to UN officials, members of Congress, embassy officials,
the media, and other nonprofit organizations.
For a complete listing of current country reports and archives
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Based on the input from the Early Warning System, CPG publishes
periodic press releases when necessary to highlight a particular crisis. Often,
human rights violations that occur in remote areas are severely under reported
in Western media. When properly directed, press releases can be a valuable
source of information for the news media regarding events that are often under
reported or overlooked.
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