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Prevent Genocide International, established in 1998, is a global education and action network for the prevention of genocide and crimes against humanity.
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Resources on 20th Century Genocides Including Resources on this website, Books and Articles, Reports, Survivor and Eyewitness testimonies, Commemoration, Film and Video and Websites Hereros 1904 | Armenian 1915-1923  | Holodomor 1933 | Shoah 1941-1945 | Parajmos 1941-1945 |   East Bengal 1971 | Burundi 1972  | Cambodia 1975-1979 | Guatemala 1982-1983  | Iraqi Kurds 1988 | Bosnia 1992-1995 | Rwanda 1994

 Key Writings of Raphael Lemkin on Genocide   Info on the Genocide Convention and texts in 40 languages
 

Genocide in the domestic criminal law of 80 nations

The word "genocide" in 80 languages

Montenegro is the 140th Party to the Genocide Convention; 140 Nations are State Parties; Over 50 Nations are NOT, including Indonesia, Japan and Nigeria. Recent new parties to the Genocide Convention include Montenegro 23 Oct. 2006, Andorra 22 September 2006, Bolivia 11 December 1948 14 June 2005 and Comoros 27 September 2004.

Japan is the 105th State Party to the International Criminal Court. On July 17, 2007 Japan became the 105th party to the Rome Statue of the International Criminal Court. Participation in the ICC now include 23 State Parties in the Americas, 30 in Africa, 13 in Asia, and 40 in Europe. Most recently Madagascar came the 106 State Party on March 14, 2008.
    
Established on July 1, 2002, the ICC is currently investigating crimes committed after that date in Eastern DR Congo (Kinshasa), Northern Uganda (both States which are Parties to the Statute) as well as Darfur, Sudan (a nonparty State).

 

>The Rome Statute in 23 languages

>Index to the Rome Statute


> See: www.icc-cpi.int or www.iccnow.org

The International Campaign to End Genocide  Prevent Genocide International is a founding member of The International Campaign to End Genocide (ICEG) a coalition of global civil society organizations established on May 15, 1999 at the Hague, Netherlands.

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