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It all started with one gift: a generous contribution from an anonymous donor who made it possible for Binghamton University to establish the Institute for Genocide and Mass Atrocity Prevention (I-GMAP) in 2017.

In the short time since, I-GMAP has made great strides to transform the way we understand and disrupt the processes that lead to genocide and mass atrocities.

By bringing together pioneering academic research and the experience and insight of practitioners from around the world, I-GMAP and its supporters are informing practice through real-life application of the latest knowledge in this field.

Join us in I-GMAP’s world-changing work!

Give nowYour gift will directly support I-GMAP, providing essential aid for:

  • Scholarships for graduate students, prevention practitioners and scholars
  • Program development, including enhancing Binghamton’s Master of Science program in genocide and mass atrocity prevention — the first and only graduate-degree program of its kind in the world
  • Faculty fellowships & innovative pedagogy grants for instructors
  • Atrocity prevention public policy research
  • Professors of Practice
  • Long-term housing in Binghamton for guests of the Institute
  • Additional opportunities for success

I-GMAP needs your support to thrive. 

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For more information about how you can join I-GMAP in making a difference, email Vice President for Advancement John Koch at

Thank you for your generosity!