and other forms of mass atrocity crimes and to support survivors through comprehensive programs and services.
We are actively responding to the alarming increase of antisemitism, racism, xenophobia and other forms of hate and extremism around the world. With many religious and ethnic minorities living in environments of rising levels of hate-motivated violence, our efforts are directed at fighting the ideology of genocide through our genocide prevention education programs.
At the core of our work, we also continue to support the most vulnerable of genocide survivors, extending financial assistance in a variety of key ways including education and skills training, economic empowerment, safe housing, medical care needs, and more. We thank you in advance for your support.Donate »
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