Atrocity Prevention during the Latin American Migration Crisis - Brazil

Since 2019, AIPG has been actively engaged in developing prevention projects aimed at addressing the challenges faced by individuals in human mobility situations across various countries in Latin America, including Colombia, Ecuador, and El Salvador. In 2021, AIPG proposed a baseline assessment in a crucial geographic area: the state of Roraima in Brazil. This region, which shares a border with Venezuela, has become a significant focal point for preventing atrocities amidst the ongoing migration crisis.

Progress has already been made in this regard, laying the foundation for developing mass atrocity prevention tools specifically tailored to this unique context. Moreover, this project seeks to expand and replicate the survey and baseline component in El Salvador. The proposal was supplemented with a comprehensive training program to enhance its effectiveness further.

These critical work streams have been realized through a collaborative partnership with the Office of the Ombudsperson of Brazil (PFDC).

Agendas of the Global Raphael Lemkin Seminar for Genocide Prevention.



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