AIPG POLICY BRIEF ON IMPLICATIONS OF COVID-19 FOR ATROCITY PREVENTION
NEW AIPG POLICY BRIEF ON IMPLICATIONS OF COVID-19 FOR ATROCITY PREVENTION
During this time of unprecedented volatility, the Auschwitz Institute for the Prevention of Genocide and Mass Atrocities (AIPG) is working to provide the global atrocity prevention community with the necessary tools and other resources necessary to continue its essential work. To this end, our Director of Academic Programs, Dr. James Waller, has produced a Policy Challenge Brief that assists policymakers and other stakeholders in applying an atrocity prevention lens to their work both during, and following, the COVID-19 Pandemic. In “Implications of COVID-19 for Atrocity Prevention,” Dr. Waller provides a framework for essential policy considerations that must be taken into account as a result of this unique atmosphere in order to stop a range of accelerating and triggering factors from enabling the outbreak of mass atrocity violence.