Genocide Watch has three levels of Genocide Alerts.

A Genocide Watch is declared when there are signs of the early stages of  the genocidal process.  See The Ten Stages of Genocide.


A Genocide Warning is called when the genocidal process has reached the stages of preparation by perpetrators and persecution of a targeted group.


A Genocide Emergency is declared when the genocidal process has reached the stage of genocidal massacres and other acts of genocide.

CURRENT alerts

Genocide Watch: Hungary
Genocide Emergency: Colombia
Genocide Warning: Israel & Palestine
Genocide Warning: Fergana Valley, Tajikistan & Kyrkyzstan
Country Report: Peru
Genocide Watch: Guinea
Genocide Watch Report: Countries of Special Concern June-December 2020
Country Report: Cyprus
Genocide Emergency: Central African Republic
Genocide Emergency: Yemen
Genocide Denial in Bosnia Herzegovina 25 Years After Srebrenica Genocide
Genocide Emergency: Democratic Republic of Congo