The Budapest Centre works to help bridge the gap between early warning and early action in the prevention of genocide and mass atrocities. We produce concrete and practical recommendations to help ensure informed, timely and effective preventive action.Read more
The design of a continuum of steps tailored to mass atrocity risks and the particular needs as well as agreed specific mechanism to launch timely actions are crucial presequisites for affectively addressing the threats of mass atrocities.Read more
The projects of the Budapest Centre combine theoretical and practical approaches and. aim to generating local, national, regional and international activities with the view to build up the global architecture for the prevention of genocide and other mass atrocities.Read more
Conference - Washington DC, 21 October 2014: Private sector, foundations and mass atrocities prevention. Best practices and the way ahead.
On November 19, the Budapest Centre for the International Prevention of Genocide and Mass Atrocities will organize a workshop on the role of education in the prevention of atrocity crimes.
The Initiative to establish the Task Force was launched by the Budapest Centre to assess the capabilities of the European Union to prevent mass atrocities.