- September 10, 2013Posted by:Comments:0
Welcome to the first Education and Policy Update of the 2013-14 session! This year, we are mixing things up. Each week will feature an exciting new way to learn about atrocity prevention news, including emerging conflicts. From Top 10 lists to in-depth blog posts, our task force is committed to providing you with high-quality updates from around the world.
- July 23, 2013Posted by:Comments:0
This article was written by John Norris and originally appeared at foreignpolicy.com.
With the confirmation hearings of Samantha Power to be the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations imminent, it is a good time to take a look at one of her signature projects from her tenure at the National Security Staff: the Atrocities Prevention Board.
- July 22, 2013Posted by:Comments:0
This post, the fifth in our #Syriasly series, was written by Cassie Chesley, Media and Communications Director for the Syrian Emergency Task Force. The Syrian Emergency Task Force is a D.C. based non-profit organization created in March 2011 to convey the democratic aspirations of the Syrian people to Americans and the United States government. SETF also seeks to bring perpetrators in the Assad regime to justice through legal avenues in the United States. SETF provides policymakers with analysis and access to both the external and internal Syrian opposition.
- July 19, 2013Posted by:Comments:0
- July 18, 2013Posted by:Comments:0
This post, written by Natasha Kieval, Programs Intern, is the fourth in our #Syriasly series highlighting different aspects of the Syrian conflict.