With the launch of the E-Youth Library for Mass Atrocities Prevention, the Budapest Centre wishes to offer a collection of news relevant to the subject of Responsibility to Protect.
It includes a wide variety of official documents, research and articles written by various academics, as well as reports prepared by partner organizations on situations at risk.
The library also intends to provide an insight into the activities of organizations working in the field of mass atrocities prevention.
The collection, established by interns of the Budapest Centre, is designed to familiarize young people with some key policies, activities and reflections aimed at addressing the challenges of the four mass atrocity crimes, as well as provide a comprehensive overview of such concepts and the debates surrounding them.
The E-Youth Library is a product by the youth for the youth, which will be systematically updated by the interns of the Budapest Centre in the belief that they best understand the interests and demands of the younger generation, their age-group.
The management of the Budapest Centre hopes that the E-Youth Library for MAP will enrich the knowledge and expertise of the young generation dedicated to the prevention of extreme human rights violations and engage further young people in preventing mass atrocities.
if you are young or/and are aware of the needs of the younger generation, you are invited to take part in the update and further shaping and developing of the E-Youth Library.
The library provides two main kinds of materials: documents, which include the UN Definitions; Responsibility to Protect; Human Rights; Peacebuilding; Prevention of Genocide; Genocide Alerts; Investigation and Prosecution; International Security; Museums; Radicalism and Extremism; Artificial Intelligence and video resources, which include lists of conferences, learning courses, explanatory videos (on peacekeeping, responsibility to protect, climate change, Illegal Trafficking, Radicalism and Extremism and regarding current issues in the following geographical areas: Africa, Asia, the Americas, Europe, and the Middle East), interviews (on Responsibility to Protect and on Genocide Prevention), movies and artificial intelligence.
All the documents available here have been collected from the following organizations:
- Asia-Pacific Centre for the Responsibility to Protect
- Canadian Centre for the Responsibility to Protect (CCR2P)
- European Institute of Peace
- European Network for investigation and prosecution of genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes (‘Genocide Network’)
- European Peacebuilding Liaison Office (EPLO)
- Genocide Watch
- Global Action Against Mass Atrocity Crimes
- Global Centre for R2P
- International Criminal Court (ICC)
- Montreal Institute for Genocide and Human Rights Studies
- Radicalization Awareness Network
- UN Office for Genocide Prevention and the R2P
- United Nations Human Rights Council
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum