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AIPR Co-Organizes Tanzania Training

DAR ES SALAAM, TANZANIA – As part of the Auschwitz Institute’s mission to strengthen national mechanisms devoted to genocide and mass atrocity prevention, AIPR’s Africa Program recently co-organized a three-day training of Tanzania’s National Committee for the Prevention and Punishment of Genocide, War Crimes, Crimes Against Humanity and all forms of Discrimination (TNC). This seminar was the second in our series of trainings for the TNC and focused specifically on the prevention of election and resource-based violence—two issues relevant in the Tanzanian context.

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AIPR Partners with the Ibero-American Federation of Ombudsman

MEXICO CITY, MEXICO – As Secretariat of the Latin American Network, AIPR creates strategic institutional linkages to strengthen domestic prevention policies. Towards this end, AIPR is supporting the work of Latin American Ombudsman Offices and has developed a strategic alliance with the Ibero-American Federation of Ombudsman (FIO).

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AIPR Participates in Karski Memory and Responsibility Conference

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS – On September 19, 2014, AIPR’s Executive Director Tibi Galis, Director of Policy and Planning Samantha Capicotto, and Board Member Sheri Rosenberg participated in the Jan Karski 2014 International Conference on Memory and Responsibility at Loyola University Chicago. The two-day conference centered on the legacy of Jan Karski—a Polish WWII resistance fighter who was among the first to publicly report on the destruction of Polish Jewry by the Nazi regime—and was sponsored by Loyola’s Interdisciplinary Polish Studies Program, the Jan Karski Educational Foundation, plus the Consulate General of the Republic of Poland in Chicago.

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