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riculum into training for all civil servants in these na- tions to create a common language for civil servants throughout Latin America with respect to genocide prevention. This training will serve both to facilitate deeper regional interaction and to establish a basic standard for genocide prevention throughout Latin America. In Africa, AIPR is helping the Organization of African Unity design and build its own network of nations to accomplish the same goals in Africa.


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The last two decades have revealed a gap in interna- tional law on genocide: The absence of a framework specific to preventing the outbreak of genocide. To- day, the Central African Republic, South Sudan, and Uganda all appear at risk for potential tragic violence. AIPR’s mission is to better define and “professional- ize” genocide prevention so as to provide govern- ment and military officials with the tools to prevent these spasms of violence. By creating a growing class of trained officials, AIPR hopes to increase the likelihood that individuals in different nations will find ways to cooperate and collaborate to disrupt the process by which some nations keep moving through cycles of genocide or mass atrocity. What makes AIPR’s work so interesting and provocative is that it is attempting to spur the development of international law by showing how broad concepts, such as the prohibition against genocide, may best be implemented at regional and national levels. This is an important and necessary development that could reduce the likelihood that genocide will occur in the future as often as it has in the past.


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Endnotes for AIPR: Working To Change How We Prevent Genocide 1


The authors are associates in the New York office of White


& Case LLP, and work on pro bono matters for the Auschwitz Institute for Peace and Reconciliation. This article is based on that work and on interviews with Tibi Galis, AIPR Executive Director, and Samantha Horn, AIPR Director of Policy and Planning. Special thanks to Owen C. Pell for his guidance and assistance.


2 www.auschwitzinstitute.org 3 www.facebook.com/genprev 4 www.twitter.com/genprev


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