August 1, 2016 | Washington, D.C., USA | Mass Violence and Atrocities
Experts Committee on Preventing Mass Violence
The Experts Committee on Preventing Mass Violence, a group of thought leaders from diverse backgrounds and across the political spectrum, has held a series of meetings to examine potential next steps on atrocity prevention and prepare recommendations for the next US administration. Its report, which will be released by the Prevention and Protection Working Group in late September, will seek to provide a clear policy blueprint while encouraging debate on the role of preventing mass violence in US national security in the lead-up to the November election.
This event will begin with a brief discussion of some of the Expert Committee’s initial findings, after which participants will engage in an off-the-record conversation about what the next administration should do to ensure that atrocity prevention remains a core national security interest.
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