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Peace is more important than all justice; and peace was not made for the sake of justice, but justice for the sake of peace
– Martin Luther 1483-1546
A world where peace and justice prevail.
To prevent mass atrocity crimes through the pursuit of justice and human rights
To address the drivers of mass atrocities particularly prejudiced or
To strengthen local capacities and resilience for long term prevention.
Monitoring violations and atrocities, starting with hate speech;
Legal and contextual research, analysis and advice;
Early intervention case work;
Advocacy on justice and mass atrocity prevention at national or international level.
We will support the capacity development of human rights and peace building actors on:
Human rights education focused on hate-based violations and counter narratives based on universal rights;
Capacity development on countering hate speech and incitement with youth organisations and other actors;
Supporting transitional justice mechanisms and reparations for survivors with particular emphasis on prevention.
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