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November 2015

GAAMAC Newsletter is launched

We are pleased to launch this first GAAMAC Newsletter that will be emailed to you regularly. Our aim is to share information and amplify voices on atrocity prevention from our partner states and organizations. Please feel free to send us information that you wish to see posted.

Please also visit the GAAMAC website which has a collection of resources, organizational contacts, and updated information on latest activities of states, NGOs and international organizations on atrocity prevention.

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GAAMAC II in Manila on 2-4 February 2016

The Philippines will host the Second International Meeting - GAAMAC II - taking place in Manila on 2-4 February 2016.

Further information on GAAMAC II will be sent to you shortly and will be posted on the website.

Registration will begin in late November.

GAAMAC Founding Document now online

Five states (Argentina, Costa Rica, Denmark, Switzerland and Tanzania) and representatives of non-governmental organizations have produced the GAAMAC Founding Document in order to outline the mission of GAAMAC and its operational framework.

The Founding Document was finalized in July 2015 and is now available online.

The accompanying message from Costa Rica and Switzerland, co-organizers of the First International Meeting of GAAMAC, is available here.

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GAAMAC is a global, inclusive state-led initiative

to prevent mass atrocity crimes (genocide, war crimes, ethnic cleansing, and crimes against humanity)

GAAMAC provides a platform

for exchange, dialogue, and dissemination of learning and good practice on prevention

GAAMAC supports states

to build their capacities to prevent mass atrocity crimes as well as to develop and implement national preventive strategies


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