The Rohingya Crisis in Myanmar: a Genocide Incited on Facebook (GAAMAC)



Countering Human Trafficking and Sexual Violence in Conflict (Council on Foreign Relations)



GAAMAC: Preventing and Punishing the Steps to Genocide



The Syrian Quagmire, Ten Years On, ISPI



China's Proof of Life Videos : A tool of intimidation and violation of Uyghur family unity, Uyghur Human Rights Project, 2021



Panel 2 Genocide and Recovery, Free Yezidi Foundation, 2020



Panel 3 Justice and Accountability, Free Yezidi Foundation, 2020



Panel 4: Future of Yezidi – the Next Generation, Free Yezidi Foundation, 2020



Panel 5: Security Threats and Prevention, Free Yezidi Foundation, 2020



Yezidi Genocide Rememberance and Panel Discussion, Free Yezidi Foundation, 2018



Cultural Heritage and Mass Atrocities: crimes against Yazidis and Uyghurs, Global Centre for the Responsibility to Protect



Virtual Roundtable: Human Trafficking and its Sustainable Development Implications, Council on Foreign Relations



Genocide: Why We Let it Happen | Full Panel Discussion, Oxford Union



Human rights in the Era of AI, Council of Europe

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The Genocide Convention: a call for action



How to prevent genocide - a conversation with war crimes expert, Theodor Meron



Chimamanda Adichie: The danger of the single story (Ted Talk)



When you shouldn't follow the rules, TED Talk



Hidden cameras that film injustice in the world's most dangerous places, TED Talk



Holocaust and genocide survivors: Forgive or forget? | Guardian Docs, The Guardian

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Platform for Prevention



Never Again: An interview with Adama Dieng, Special Adviser on Prevention of Genocide 



How to prevent genocide - a conversation with war crimes expert, Theodor Meron



Stopping Hate Speech



Defending People - Promoting Justice and Human Rights



The importance of Atrocity Prevention



The Role of Justice in Preventing the Recurrence of Atrocities



Dealing with the Legacy of Atrocities



Addressing the Root Causes of Atrocities



Understanding Perpetrators to Better Prevent Atrocities



Innovative Approaches for Atrocity Prevention



The importance of atrocity prevention



Prevention Talks. Episode 1: What can we learn from COVID-19? A parallel between public health and atrocity prevention (GAAMAC, 2020)



Prevention Talks. Episode 2: What can we learn from COVID-19? Making atrocity prevention strategies more efficient (GAAMAC, 2020)



Prevention Talks. Episode 3: What can we learn from COVID-19? The role of leadership and political will in prevention (GAAMAC, 2020) 

The intention of this series of papers is to raise awareness of the risks of artificial intelligence (AI) in the realm of human rights, and more specifically, mass atrocities. They are written by a group of young research assistants during their internship at the Budapest Centre who will finish their graduate studies in the next months. The articles target people of their age specifically to introduce them to the issue of AI in the context of mass atrocities and grant them a broad overview of it. The papers do not go in-depth; they merely introduce the readers to the topic of AI through the lens of mass atrocities and human rights. While academics are not the primary target, they are welcome to utilize the paper for their own purpose.

“The Rise of Artificial Intelligence: Risks from the Perspective of Mass Atrocities” is the first paper written of this series and presents a global introduction to this topic. Several risks linked to or run by AI in the field of mass atrocities are detailed, such as sensitive data, the question of ethics, cybercrime or warfare.

The second paper that will be published soon regards the policies and recommendations made by international and regional organizations in response to the risks that AI may pose to human rights abuses, including the perpetration of mass atrocities.

More papers on this topic are planned to be published on the social media platforms of the Budapest Center for Mass Atrocities in the forthcoming months.

Young and ambitious researchers are most welcome to participate in this endeavor!!

Stay tuned!


Find the links to the articles below:

The Rise of Artificial Intelligence: Risks from the Perspective of Mass Atrocities

The Rise of Artificial Intelligence in The Context of Mass Atrocities: Policies and Recommendations from International and Regional Organisations

How AI can either exacerbate or prevent genocides: Reflection based on the 10 Stages of Genocide