Outline of address by Dr. Stanton to the 8th International Symposium on Women and Genocide. Dr. Stanton assesses the successes and failures of the anti-genocide movement during the past twenty years. He makes practical recommendations about how to improve the effectiveness of the movement, and how to better prevent genocide.
Blue Scarves and Yellow Stars: Classification and Symbolization in the Cambodian Genocide
The Faulds Lecture at Warren Wilson College in March 1987 in which Dr. Gregory Stanton first presented his path-breaking Stages of Genocide model. The model became the basis for Stanton's paradigmatic "Eight Stages of Genocide" briefing paper for the US State Department in 1996. With two stages added in 2012, the model became "The Ten Stages of Genocide," the model of the genocidal process currently used by Genocide Watch.