Global Centre for the Responsibility to Protect

Global Centre for the Responsibility to Protect
(2008; New York; 12 staff;

It exists to uphold the “Responsibility to Protect” principle, working towards it’s advancement “at the UN and beyond”. To this end, it “engages in advocacy around specific crises, conducts research designed to further understanding of R2P, recommends strategies to help states build capacity, and works closely with NGOs, governments and regional bodies”.

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Leadership: Simon Adams (Executive Director) and Gareth Evans (Chair)

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