Urge UK Government to improve its approach to atrocity prevention

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The inhumanity of the Rwandan Genocide in 1994 played a part in motivating UN member states to endorse the Responsibility to Protect (R2P) at the 2005 World Summit, in which states acknowledged their obligation to prevent, and protect populations from, atrocity crimes.

Please take part in our action below calling on UK Government to live up to its commitment to robustly implement the R2P principle and prevent mass atrocity crimes like the Rwandan Genocide taking place in the future.  Read the letter below for more details.  UNA-UK will collect your responses and deliver them to Rt Hon Mark Simmonds MP, Minister for Conflict Issues at the Foreign & Commonwealth Office.


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