United States Holocaust Museum: The United States and R2P: The Report of the Co-Chairs of the Working Group on R2P

Luncheon Keynote Speaker: Dr. Jennifer Welsh, Special Advisor to the Secretary-General on the Responsibility to Protect – Civil Society Perspectives: Building State Capacity to Prevent Atrocity Crimes

Five-Part Interview with Dr. Alex Bellamy, Professor of International Security at the Griffith Asia Institute

See also, Bellamy’s 12 September 2012 article, “It’s Time to Make Prevention ‘A Living Reality’,” which outlines seven core elements for a UN strategy on mass atrocity prevention.

Three-Part Interview with Dr. Ed Luck, Special Advisor to the UN Secretary-General on RtoP

Nana Afadzinu, Executive Director of the West Africa Civil Society Institute, on RtoP

Gus Miclat, Executive Director of Initiatives for International Dialogue, on RtoP

Daniel Fiott, Research Fellow at Madariaga-College of Europe Foundations, on RtoP and the EU

YaleGlobal Interview: Gareth Evans, former Australian Foreign Minister and ICISS Chairman, on RtoP

Edward Luck, UN Special Advisor to the Secretary General, on Libya and R2P 

Inside the Issues: Thomas Weiss on R2P – Centre for International Governance Innovation


Members of the ICRtoP Steering Committee and Secretariat with UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, Joseph Deiss, President of the General Assembly, Francis Deng, Special Advisor on the Prevention of Genocide, and Edward Luck, Special Advisor on the Responsibility to Protect (RtoP) at the 12 July Informal Interactive Dialogue on RtoP.

The current ICRtoP Steering Committee at the July 2011 meeting, held at the WFM-IGP Office in New York, USA. 

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