The Stanley Foundation will hold the third in a series of thematic workshops in collaboration with the International Crisis Group at ICG's New York office. This year the theme of the workshop will be on security and judiciary sector reforms in conflict countries to mitigate and manage incidences of mass atrocity crimes.
ICG field staff will share their experiences and lessons learned from the conflicts they cover with each other and with external experts on security sector reform as well as with Stanley Foundation staff.
Courier In the newest issue ofCourier, we share an amazing (and secret) diplomatic effort to secure dangerous nuclear material in Kazakhstan. Two ambassadors discuss how to make our world safer from nuclear terrorism. You can also discover more than you ever wanted to know about climate change negotiations and about the tension within the United Nations that makes it difficult to be efficient. Our final piece looks at the potential for mass atrocities in the Dominican Republic.
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