The Sentinel Project Launches Conflict Tracking System

February 11, 2015 |

Sentinel CTS to be used for violence monitoring and tracking of emerging conflicts     The Sentinel Conflict Tracking System is a data visualization platform that displays global conflicts being tracked by the Sentinel Project. The platform presents an interactive display model that allows visitors to view and explore the root causes, relationships and operational…

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Satellite Imagery for Humanitarian Purposes

October 14, 2014 |

Sentinel Project partners with Colorado-based non-profit Space United, allows supporters to directly contribute to ‘humanitarian aerospace’ goals. The public perception of satellite imagery often conjures up visions of high-tech military hardware or the cloak and dagger world of espionage and international intrigue.  But satellite imagery is a burgeoning field whose increasing economic accessibility offers unique…

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First Quarter 2013 Monthly Reports – Iranian Bahá’í Situation of Concern

December 23, 2013 |

Over the first three months of 2013, our sources have shown instances of stage 1 (Classification) and stage 4 (Polarization) of Gregory Stanton’s 8 stage model of the genocidal process.  The January report commentary highlights a resurgence in international awareness regarding the repression of Bahá’í,  but express some skepticism over what the cumulative impact this…

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First Quarter 2012 Monthly Reports – Iranian Bahá’í Situation of Concern

November 23, 2013 |

Over the first 3 months of 2012, our sources show instances of  Stages 1 (Classification)  3 (Dehumanization)  4  (Polarization) and 5 (Preparation) of Gregory Stanton’s Eight Stage model of the genocidal process. Events and analysis of this quarter were highlighted with concerns addressing the judicial processes in Iran, the aggravating effects of economic sanctions, systematic…

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Iranian Bahá’í SOC Monthly Report

September 16, 2013 |

  By: Troy Powell & Shayan Edalati “New Analyst Shayan Edalati lends his analysis, to the situation facing the Iranian Bahá’ís in January 2012. This report, will be the first in a series of updated revisions, which introduce a new format for our monthly report structure. New features include a monthly snapshot of events provided…

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Third Track Diplomatic Measures May Lead to Strategic Partnerships in Civil Society

August 13, 2013 |

  What happens when intervention and humanitarian efforts are blocked at the highest levels of government? Despite the technological progress society has enjoyed, the unprecedented spread of information and the ongoing development of international laws, interventions in humanitarian crises and mass atrocities are still impeded by the very systems established to bring them to an end. This…

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New Visualization and Hate Crime Mapping Tool Can Help Prevent Genocide

May 20, 2013 |

We are now ready to launch a visualization of the persecution against the Baha’i community in Iran, our longest standing situation of concern being monitored at The Sentinel Project. Since November we have been using ThreatWiki, a genocide risk tracking and visualization platform to help monitor communities at risk of genocide around the world. This…

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New Monthly Report Format – January 2013 Baha’i Report

March 8, 2013 |

Hello Friends Our Iranian Bahá’í monthly reports have returned! We apologize for the hiatus they are now being published once again in an expanded monthly report format detailing the state of repression against the Iranian Bahá’ís occurring in the month of January. Click here to read it. The new format includes past features such as the summary index…

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Summary of anti-Bahá’í activity in Iran – April 2012

June 14, 2012 |

We have now compiled a summary of all the events in Iran which targeted the Bahá’í community during the month of April 2012. In an unusually positive development, Muslim parents openly defended their Bahá’í neighbours at a public meeting in Najafabad after two Bahá’í children were expelled from a school for their religious beliefs. However,…

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Psychological Markers For Genocide And What They Mean For Iranian Bahá’ís

April 14, 2012 |

[written by Andrew Miller] The act of genocide requires years of preparation since an attempt to wipe out a culture or a group through mass killings can’t be planned over night. Before purchasing the weapons and rounding up the victims, society needs to be persuaded to hate the target population, or at least become ambivalent…

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