UNA-UK’s Laurel Hart joined state representatives, UN officials, NGOs and academics in Entebbe, Uganda to discuss atrocity prevention strategies and to find ways to strengthen mechanisms to prevent atrocities.
The meeting convened over 200 leading practitioners in the field of atrocity prevention to share their best practices and propose solutions to challenges facing their work. Delegates had the opportunity to attend thematic workshops and develop new and innovative ideas to prevent atrocities.
UNA-UK attended GAAMAC as a member of the International Coalition for the Responsibility to Protect (ICRtoP) steering committee alongside other NGOs working on atrocity prevention.
Click here for more on UNA-UK’s atrocity prevention work and for UNA-UK’s recent call for the UK government to prioritise atrocity prevention.