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September 19, 2014

Assessing the state of US atrocity prevention policy

Humanity United’s Vice President for Policy & Government Relations, David Abramowitz, recently joined The Hill as a Contributor. Today he’s featured discussing the role of the Atrocity Prevention Board in light of the recent report by the US Holocaust Memorial Museum:

“Even a cursory glance at the news shows that far too many people around the world are suffering today from deadly violence. Major conflicts are wreaking havoc on civilians and many people are being targeted simply due to who they are or the beliefs they hold. In this environment, the United State’s Atrocity Prevention Board (APB) is more relevant and needed than ever.”

Click here to read the full article at The Hill.

For more on the Atrocity Prevention Board, click here to read an op-ed by Humanity United Founder Pam Omidyar.

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