Our time at Telecom World 2011 in Geneva

December 1, 2011 |

A month ago, Abhishek and I had the great experience of representing the Sentinel Project at Telecom World 2011 in Geneva, Switzerland. This annual conference and trade show is organized by the International Telecommunications Union, the United Nations specialized agency for telecom, which also hosted technology competitions for Young Innovators and Digital Innovators. We participated…

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Introducing our Partners and Sponsors

October 6, 2011 |

Our work here at the Sentinel Project is important but we know that we can’t do it alone. There are many other groups around the world with whom we share a common cause and so we are always enthusiastic about collaborating. This is why I’m pleased to introduce you to a new page on our…

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The Sentinel Project is going to Switzerland!

October 1, 2011 |

You might recall that a few weeks ago we were rallying support (and your votes) for our submission to the International Telecommunications Union conference, ITU Telecom World 2011. Well, thanks to your support I have some really exciting news to share because the voters and judges for this UN-sponsored contest seem to have liked our…

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The First Meeting Between Our Canadian and US Teams

September 24, 2011 |

We’re lucky here at the Sentinel Project to have a growing and talented team in the United States, which all started with the San Francisco branch. Until recently, all of our cooperation had been from a distance without anyone actually meeting in person. Well, two members recently made Sentinel Project history when they met for…

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Vote and Help Send us to ITU Telecom World 2011

September 18, 2011 |

The Sentinel Project needs your help! We recently entered a contest at ITU Telecom World 2011, which is sponsored by the United Nations to bring together telecom industry players, government heads, and digital innovators. One of our team members, Abhishek Bhatnagar, has submitted a proposal to expand our Threatwiki platform by integrating mobile phone and…

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Announcing Our First University Chapter

September 13, 2011 |

As summer draws to an end and students make their way back to school this September, the Sentinel Project will be rolling out its first University Chapter. As you may or may not know, the Toronto SP team has been working hard all summer developing new programs to increase awareness, expand SP reach, and raise funds….

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New – Updated Report on the Risk of Genocide in Kenya

Risk Assessment - Kenya 2011 (Revised)

September 12, 2011 |

In May 2011 the Sentinel Project released a report on the risk of genocide in Kenya. We are now pleased to announce the release of a revised version of this report (click here for a PDF of the report), which better reflects the conditions in Kenya and why we have declared it to be a…

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Introducing Our New Advisory Council

September 1, 2011 |

Genocide is a complex issue and predicting and preventing it is definitely an ambitious task. Here at the Sentinel Project, we know that we don’t have all the answers and that it’s going to take time and a lot of work to solve this problem. This is why we enthusiastically collaborate with other organizations and experts who…

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Preserving Memory: Military Dictatorship and Atrocities in Argentina

August 5, 2011 |

A few weeks ago, I had the great experience of attending a conference of the International Association of Genocide Scholars in Buenos Aires, Argentina. This was an excellent opportunity to meet and connect with a lot of the leading thinkers addressing the problem of genocide, and I will be sure to write another post on…

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Sentinel Project Advisor Publishes Commentary on the Nuba Mountains Crisis

August 5, 2011 |

Professor Amanda Grzyb, a member of the Sentinel Project’s new Advisory Council recently outlined the situation in the Nuba Mountains region of Sudan in a Globe and Mail op-ed piece that she co-authored with Gerald Caplan. The article, entitled “Is there enough political will to stop Sudan atrocities?,” makes a clear and strong case for…

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