The Simon-Skjodt Center for the Prevention of Genocide conducts and supports policy-relevant research to advance efforts to prevent and respond to mass atrocities. Learn more about the Center’s work or search through reports and other publications below.
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The Project publishes reports based on its annual Statistical Risk Assessment, qualitative country assessments, and crowd-forecasting results.
The Handbook is an educational guide for victim groups on pursuing justice for genocide and related crimes against humanity.
This book presents key insights into US and international efforts to prevent genocide and mass atrocities worldwide.
This report explains why genocide and mass atrocities threaten core American values and national interests and how the US government can prevent these crimes in the future.