June 21-23, 2021 | Mass Violence and Atrocities
Regional Responses to the Crises in Latin America and the Caribbean: Subregional Sessions
As communities work to respond and adapt to the COVID-19 pandemic, it is more important than ever to promote trustworthy information on policies and practices that protect marginalized populations, defend civic spaces, and promote the overall integration of prevention approaches into government responses.
In this context, La Coordinadora Regional de Investigaciones Económicas y Sociales (CRIES) and the Stanley Center, co-organizers of the Latin American and Caribbean Civil Society Forum for the Prevention of Mass Atrocities, or Cúcuta Forum, bring together members of civil society organizations and academics to offer space for generating recommendations that promote a broader awareness of risks for three sub-regions in Latin America and the Caribbean: Central America, the Andean States, and the Southern Cone.
From June 21-23, 2021, three, two-hour sessions focused on developments in these sub-regions are facilitated in collaboration with sub-regional experts. The sessions are open to thematic experts and informed by risk analyses based on the UN Framework of Analysis for Atrocity Crimes.
The series will be conducted with simultaneous interpretation to English, Portuguese, and Spanish.
December 8-9, 2020Regional Responses to the Crises in Latin America and the Caribbean: Shrinking Civic Spaces and Challenges to Resilience
August 27, 2020Interactive Discussion with the United Nations Special Adviser for the Responsibility to Protect on Challenges in Latin America
IX. Regional Responses to the Crises in Latin America and the Caribbean: Polarization, Migration, Resilience
VII. Regional Responses to the Crises in Latin America and the Caribbean: Shrinking Civic Spaces and Challenges to Resilience