Institute for Genocide and Mass Atrocity Prevention

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Institute for Genocide and Mass Atrocity Prevention

Leveraging the expertise of multiple disciplines and professions to bridge the gap between scholarship and practice to prevent genocide and mass atrocity.

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Congratulations, Maria Ressa!

We’d like to congratulate Maria Ressa, bottom right, on winning the Nobel Peace Prize. Just the day before the Nobel Prize announcement, Ressa took part in a discussion hosted by I-GMAP about "Investigative Journalism at the Atrocity Frontline."

Watch the full conversation on our YouTube channel.

Image: clockwise from upper right: Max Pensky, Maria Ressa, Nadia Rubaii, Nick Turse
clockwise from upper right: Max Pensky, Maria Ressa, Nadia Rubaii, Nick Turse

Our Academic Programs

Our Academic Programs

Our three University-wide programs, including the world's first and only master's degree in GMAP, are open to students from all disciplines.

Academic Programs

Our Work

Our Work

We connect scholars and students with practitioners through our research, education, and outreach programs.

Our Work

Our Events

Our Events

Our robust and varied program of events includes a diverse set of voices and garners worldwide audiences.

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I-GMAP News

Hot off the presses: I-GMAP's 2020-2021 Annual Report

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Start Your Master of Science in GMAP January 2022: Apply Now

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Save the date: Frontiers of Prevention International Conference

2022 Frontiers of Prevention takes place on April 8-9, 2022.

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I-GMAP is grateful for the generous support provided by the Charles E. Scheidt Family Foundation.

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