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Author: Brooke Coe

governance levels (sub-regional, regional, global) – collects data relevant to atrocity prevention. Second, root cause prevention shifts attention away from symptoms to underlying causes of political violence. The iciss report identifies several such long-term structural causal factors, including poverty

In: Global Responsibility to Protect

nature of the terms. So within the current vocabularies, we, too, arrive at a dead-end. The subject of atrocities prevention cannot be defined by acts that have not occurred. It must prove analytically relevant to disaggregated analysis of risk and vulnerability, but not substitute description of

In: Global Responsibility to Protect
Author: Eamon Aloyo

The questions I consider in this paper are how mass atrocity prevention should be conceived and what role, if any, nonviolent resistance has in mass atrocity prevention. I contend that those focused on atrocity prevention as well as those striving for other ends such as democratic government

In: Global Responsibility to Protect
Author: Alex J. Bellamy

rates, globally. But many key challenges remain and there is much to be done to make R 2 P and atrocity prevention a daily lived reality. To unpack these issues, this article proceeds in three parts. The first briefly describes the dramatic decline of atrocity crimes in East Asia. The second suggests

In: Global Responsibility to Protect
Author: Bellamy Alex J.

, globally. But many key challenges remain and there is much to be done to make R 2 P and atrocity prevention a daily lived reality. To unpack these issues, this chapter proceeds in three parts. The first briefly describes the dramatic decline of atrocity crimes in East Asia. The second suggests that

In: Regionalism and Human Protection
Author: Cecilia Jacob

atrocity prevention has developed extensively since the early 1990s, 8 and we now have a developed understanding of the specific risk factors, triggers for crisis escalation, and dynamics of mass atrocities to develop tangible strategies for atrocity prevention. As scholars point out, less known today

In: Global Responsibility to Protect
Author: Cecilia Jacob

, events such as those in Rakhine State illustrate how the specific thematic framing of protection issues generates a protection gap in contexts of political violence. A principal value of the Responsibility to Protect ( r 2 p ) is its function as the only international framework on atrocity prevention

In: Children and the Responsibility to Protect
Author: Alex J. Bellamy

avoided. This can be translated into improved training, which would, in turn, further strengthen the atrocity prevention lens and information sharing elements. Fourth, mainstreaming will help identify where the UN has particular strengths in relation to mass atrocity prevention and where there are gaps

In: Global Responsibility to Protect

warning mechanisms and national peace architectures, which was adopted by Authority of Heads of State and Government in Abidjan and Accra in 2013 and 2014. 25 Conclusion Overall, there have been significant contributions of cso s in promoting human rights, mass atrocities prevention and

In: Global Responsibility to Protect

, there have been significant contributions of cso s in promoting human rights, mass atrocities prevention and civilian protection in conflict areas in West Africa. Responses to conflict by ecowas in partnership with cso s are increasing in speed and effectiveness, thereby reducing the risk of mass

In: Regionalism and Human Protection