The Budapest Centre for Mass Atrocities Prevention shares with you the online conference "A Human-Rights approach to combat illicit trade: the case of Syria" which took place on 8 March, 2022 on the occasion of the 49th regular session of the UN Human Rights Council. Dr. Gyorgy Tatar, chair of the Budapest Centre, presented the recommendations with a focus on the activities of global and regional organizations. 
You may wish to read below the statement of the Budapest Centre appealing for the launch of a mediation and dialogue process on the aggression in Ukraine. Your "like" would greatly help us see the support of the suggestion. Please feel free to share it within your network.

You can find the statement here.
The Budapest Centre for Mass Atrocities Prevention shares with you the online conference which took place on 24 February, 2022 and Dr. Gyorgy Tatar, chair of the Budapest Centre, presented the recommendations for the report prepared on illicit trade in Syria.

The event has taken place in the framework of a collaboration with the No Peace Without Justice.

You can find the broadcast
The Budapest Centre, working closely with No Peace Without Justice and the Euro-Syrian Democratic Forum, held a colloquium in parallel of the 20th Session of the International Criminal Court Assembly of States Parties.
This colloquium emphasizes the growing importance of illicit trades in Syria and deals with illicit trade's consequences on Human Rights violation (by eroding the rule of law, human suffering and laying the ground for impunity...).
You can find here the broadcast of the first colloquium
In the framework of the Dialogue Platform, the Budapest Centre for Mass Atrocities Prevention is proud and pleased to share the first episode of its series of interviews with scholars and practitioners from all over the world who will provide different views on various aspects of mass atrocities prevention from a regional perspective.

In this first instalment, we talk about the conflict between universal human rights and values and cultural relativism with our first guest, Dr István Lakatos, who has been working in the field of human rights diplomacy for about three decades and is currently acting as the human rights advisor in the Ministry of Justice, Human and Minority Rights of Montenegro. Dr. Lakatos has recently defended his PhD thesis titled "Comparative human rights diplomacy in the shadow of the cultural relativism versus universalism debate: A case study of the UN Human Rights Council".

On the occasion of the 73rd anniversary of the adoption of the UN convention on genocide prevention, the Budapest Centre for Mass Atrocities Prevention would like to share the article written by Dr. Gyorgy Tatar, Chair of the Budapest Centre, to commemorate the historical event and to stress the importance and urgency to intensify fight against hate.

You can read the article here
We are pleased to share the thoughts of Gyorgy Tatar, Chair of the Budapest Centre, on the follow up of the GAAMAC IV conference.

You can read the article here
1636679844106The Budapest Centre for Mass Atrocities Prevention is proud to share the interview to Dr. Gyorgy Tatar, the Director of the Centre and Chair of the Board of Trustees, at the 2021 EFUS conference on Security, Democracy and Cities.

We invite you to take a look at the interview here.