The May 2013 Prevention Newsletter features a Q&A with the UN Special Adviser on the Prevention of Genocide, Adama Dieng, on the Responsibility to Protect and highlights the role of security sector reform as a tool for preventive action.

In this Issue

  • PREVENTION IN PRACTICE:
    • The Atrocities Prevention Board
    • Elections in Kenya
    • The European Union
    • Iran
  • PREVENTION TOOL IN THE SPOTLIGHT: Security Sector Reform
  • Q&A with the UN Special Adviser on the Prevention of Genocide, Adama Dieng.

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