Preventing Mass Atrocities: Using Technology to Empower Communities


A Discussion and Round Table with the Sentinel Project

Preventing Mass Atrocities: Using Technology to Empower Communities

From South Sudan, to Iraq, to Myanmar, how can we effectively utilize early warning systems and cooperation with at-risk communities to prevent human rights violations, displacement, and genocide? Join us for a discussion and round table with the Sentinel Project's Executive Director, Christopher Tuckwood, and John Otunga, Program Manager for East Africa, to learn how to stop mass atrocities before they start.


Tuesday, November 19, 2019
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Bunche 10383 (10th floor)
Los Angeles, CA 90095

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Contact us at:310-825-3686
africa@international.ucla.edu

Sponsor(s): African Studies Center, Center for Middle East Development, Center for Southeast Asian Studies, UCLA International Institute, Center for Near Eastern Studies, The Promise Institute for Human Rights (UCLA School of Law); Global Public Affairs (Luskin School of Public Affairs)