Access DVDs, photos, posters, web links and other educational materials to help you learn more and spread the word about threats of genocide today. To request resources, please complete this form.
- Photo and Video Galleries - View, save, and share eyewitness testimonies, photo galleries, and produced videos.
- Download High Resolution Photographs from South Sudan
- Ripples of Genocide - Journey through Eastern Congo with Angelina Jolie and John Prendergast. View the photos, engage in discussion, and access resources for teachers.
- Reconciliation and Reconstruction in Rwanda - In 2001, photojournalist Kimberlee Acquaro traveled to Rwanda, meeting and photographing women who survived the genocide. View her photos and listen to her interviews.
- Sudan: Staring Genocide in the Face - Photo essay by Jerry Fowler, former Director of the Committee on Conscience.
- Voices on Genocide Prevention - An audio series and podcast service that brings you the voices of human rights defenders, experts, advocates, and government officials. Vital voices addressing one of humanity's most vital issues.
- Witnessing Darfur (2004) - Available as a free DVD upon request, this film helps explain what has happened in Darfur, Sudan and how you can raise awareness. Learn more about the current situation in Sudan.
- Defying Genocide - Available as a free DVD upon request, this films tells the story about how ordinary individuals stood up to genocide in Rwanda. Listen to an interview with Carl Wilkens and read about a Museum program with rescuers Simone Weil Lipman and Damas Gisimba. Teachers can access a classroom guide to the film, as well as a glossary of key terms.
- Our Walls Bear Witness - On November 20, 2006, the Museum projected wall-sized images of the escalating genocide in Darfur onto its facade, the first time use of the national memorial's exterior to highlight contemporary genocide.
- Smallest Witnesses: The Crisis in Darfur Through Children's Eyes - On a mission to Darfurian refugee camps in Chad in February 2005, Human Rights Watch researchers gave children paper and crayons while their families were being interviewed. One of those researchers, Dr. Annie Sparrow, discusses what the children drew: pictures of their villages being attacked by "Janjaweed," bombings by Sudanese government forces, the shootings, the rapes, the burning of entire villages, and the flight to Chad.
- In Darfur, My Camera Was Not Nearly Enough: Brian Steidle, Eyewitness Account (2004) - Brian Steidle is a former U.S. Marine who served with the African Union Mission in Darfur. Read more about his experiences in Darfur in 2004, and learn more about the current situation in Sudan.
- Genocide Prevention Brochure - Available free upon request, these brochures explain more about the Museum's genocide prevention work. Use them to raise awareness in your community and take action.
- What is Genocide? - Download a timeline exploring the concept and law of genocide.
- Take Action pledge card - What will you do to help meet the challenge of genocide today? See how others have responded to the challenge and download this card to make your own personal pledge to take action.
- Museum resources page for teachers
- Five guidelines for teaching about a genocide
- Who is Responsible When Genocide Occurs? - A lesson plan for educators that addresses questions of responsibility.
- Classroom Guide for Defying Genocide - The film Defying Genocide tells the story about how ordinary individuals stood up to genocide in Rwanda. Listen to an interview with Carl Wilkens and read about a Museum program with rescuers Simone Weil Lipman and Damas Gisimba. A glossary of key terms is also available.
- Teacher Guide for Witnessing Darfur - The film Witnessing Darfur helps explain what has happened in Darfur, Sudan and how you can raise awareness.
Crisis in Darfur
- Crisis in Darfur - Witness the destruction in Darfur, Sudan through photos, articles and testimonies via Google Earth. Download Crisis in Darfur layers in Google Earth and create your own presentation.
World is Witness
- World is Witness - A geoblog that shares stories, photos, and maps from the field to document genocide and related crimes against humanity.
- Speaker Request - Please complete this form if you would like to request a speaker from the Committee on Conscience.
- Museum Shop - Visit the Museum Shop and browse books, posters, DVDs, and much more related to human rights and genocide studies.
Governmental, Intergovernmental, and International Institutions
- European Commission's Humanitarian Aid Department
- UK Department for International Development
- UN Children's Fund
- UN Refugee Agency
- U.S. Agency for International Development
- World Food Program
- World Health Organization
- Aegis Trust
- American Jewish World Service
- Amnesty International
- Doctors Without Borders (Medecins Sans Frontieres)
- Foundation Hirondelle
- Freedom House
- Human Rights First
- Human Rights Watch
- Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre
- International Crisis Group
- International Records Management Trust
- International Rescue Committee
- Jewish World Watch
- Kigali Memorial Centre
- Physicians for Human Rights
- Refugees International
- The Memorial Center Srebrenica - Potočari
- U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants
- Women for Women International
- Through a Glass Darkly: Genocide Memorials in Rwanda - The photographs, maps, and empirical vignettes assembled here offer a glimpse into the contending ways of remembering—and forgetting—the events of 1994.