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Check back here frequently for calls to action made by Genocide Watch and Alliance Against Genocide members. There is a great deal everyone can do to prevent genocide and hold perpetrators accountable. See below to find ways to get involved.

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Your representatives have the power to influence policy and direct resources to support genocide prevention. By speaking up and engaging your elected representatives, you can help ensure that genocide prevention remains a priority. You can reach out to your representatives by writing a letter, making a phone call, or visiting their office. 


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Attend an event

Alliance Against Genocide members hold events around the world. Check out the calendar to see upcoming webinars, panels, and other events near you. Sign up for our newsletter so you never miss an update!

Upcoming Events:

IAGS Town Hall on Resolution on the Kurdish Genocides proposed by Genocide Watch

Wednesday, 18 October 2023, 4:00-6:00PM EDT

Genocide Watch

Join the Zoom at 4:00 here.

The First 25 Years: IRFA Accomplishments and Next Steps

Monday, 23 October 2023, 3:00-5:00PM EDT

Kennedy Caucus Room
325 Russell Se
nate Office Building

U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom

The U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) invites you to join us in commemorating the 25th Anniversary of the International Religious Freedom Act of 1998 (IRFA).

Freedom of religion is both America’s first freedom and a universal human right. Yet many people around the world live in countries where this right is denied or restricted. Twenty-five years ago, IRFA was enacted to elevate religious freedom as a higher priority in U.S. foreign policy and strengthen the United States’ advocacy on behalf of individuals persecuted in foreign countries on account of their religion or belief.

Speakers will reflect on the impact of IRFA and the next steps for U.S. foreign policy. This event will also highlight individuals and communities persecuted for their religion or belief, as well as the many victims of religious freedom violations documented in the Frank R. Wolf Freedom of Religion or Belief Victims List.

Register here for the in-person event.


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