Essential RtoP

Your online RtoP resource headquarters. Have suggestions for essential RtoP info? Leave us a comment!

Essential Sites: 

The International Coalition for the Responsibility to Protect (ICRtoP)

Asia-Pacific Centre for the Responsibility to Protect

The Global Centre for the Responsibility to Protect

International Crisis Group

Human Rights Watch 

UN Office of the Special Advisor on the Prevention of Genocide

Recommended RtoP Reading: 

Report of the International Commission on Intervention and State Sovereignty (ICISS): The Responsibility to Protect

UN General Assembly World Summit Outcome Document: Paragraphs 138-140

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon’s Report (2009): Implementing the Responsibility to Protect and ICRtoP’s Summary of the Report

UNSG’s Report (2010): Early Warning and Assessment and ICRtoP’s Summary of the Report

UNSG’s Report (2011): The role of regional and subregional arrangements in implementing the responsibility to protect and ICRtoP’s Summary of the Report

UNSG’s Report (2012): Responsibility to protect: timely and decisive response and ICRtoP’s Summary of the Report

UNSG’s Report (2013): Responsibility to protect: State responsibility and prevention and ICRtoP’s Summary of the Report

UNSG’s Report (2014): Fulfilling our Collective Responsibility: International Assistance and the Responsibility to Protect and ICRtoP’s Summary of the Report

ICRtoP – An Intro to RtoP

ICRtoP – A Toolkit on the Responsibility to Protect

ICRtoP – The Role of Women in the RtoP Framework

ICRtoP – At a Glance’ Series: “Third Pillar” tools of RtoP

ICRtoP – What can your organization do to advance and promote the Responsibility to Protect?

ICRtoP – RtoP and…Exploring the Relationship between the Responsibility to Protect and Your Sector

ICRtoP – Domesticating RtoP and the Prevention of Atrocities

ICRtoP – ‘At a Glance’ Q & A’s on RtoP and Country Situations

ICRtoP – RtoP at the United Nations

ICRtoP  – ‘At a Glance’: Clarifying the Second Pillar of the Responsibility to Protect: Building State Capacity to Protect Populations from Atrocity Crimes

GCR2P – R2P Primer

 

 

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