Developing the political will that is needed to halt atrocities, hold perpetrators accountable, and redress victims requires an informed and engaged public. Young people and students can play a particularly important role in calling on their elected leaders to support justice for genocide and crimes against humanity. We use the Museum’s stage and platform to inform and inspire others—particularly students and the next generation of change-agents—to take action and to demand justice for genocide and crimes against humanity.
Film screening of Bringing Assad to Justice, on April 26, 2022 at the Embassy of France in Washington DC, co-hosted with the Atlantic Council and the Embassy of France.
Launch event for Pursuing Justice for Mass Atrocities: A Handbook for Victim Groups, on March 25, 2021. Discussion of the Handbook with representatives of survivor communities and featured speakers Judge Thomas Buergenthal and Ambassador Clint Williamson.
Film screenings of Prosecuting Evil in 2018-2019 in Toronto, New York, Los Angeles, Washington DC, and other locations around the country. Prosecuting Evil is a documentary portraying the life and work of Ben Ferencz and is available on Netflix.
Film screening of Peace Through Justice on June 26, 2019
Film screening of The Prosecutors on March 20, 2019 (external link), co-hosted with American University Washington College of Law
Panel discussion on Promoting Justice for Atrocities on January 18, 2018, co-hosted with the National Endowment for Democracy
Film screening of Finding Oscar on November 8, 2017, co-hosted with the War Crimes Research Office of American University Washington College of Law and the Human Rights Violators and War Crimes Center of the Department of Homeland Security
Film screening of Syria’s Disappeared on May 10, 2017