Formed in 2008, the Sentinel Project is a Canadian non-profit organization that works to prevent mass atrocities – including the crime of genocide – through direct cooperation with at-risk and victimized groups, and through the use of new technologies.
Preventing Mass Atrocities
Working to prevent the outbreak of violence with preventative measures aimed as addressing core conflict issues.
Direct Cooperation With At-Risk Communities
Partnering with communities and individuals in order to obtain the most direct input on programming and assuring that those at greatest risk receive immediate assistance.
Innovative Use Of Technology
Utilizing new technologies to facilitate better implementation, explore new ways to make an impact, and document crimes.
Mitigating Active Violence
When violence does occur, we work to assist at-risk communities with evacuation and emergency planning.
Bringing conflicting communities together, engaging is productive dialogue, and findings ways to address post-violence realities.
Making the global public aware of ongoing and historical mass atrocities, genocide and crimes against humanity.
Current and Past Funders
Become a Volunteer
We are always looking for volunteers. Check out our current openings to see if you have skills that match our needs.
Meet the Sentinel Project Team
Director of Technology and Operations
Projects Coordinator, Congo
Min Min Latt
Projects Coordinator, Burma
Programs Coordinator, Kenya
Our Advisory Board
The Sentinel Project is also building a board of individuals to provide advice and guidance in their areas of expertise. Fields in which we are seeking advisory board members include genocide studies, technology, risk management, and conflict resolution.
President, Genocide Watch
Principal at Hatebase
Assistant Professor in the Department of Conflict Analysis and Resolution (DCAR) at Nova Southeastern University
Former US ambassador, Special Representative of Secretary of State Colin Powell
Co-Founder and CEO at WeRobotics
Professor of political science at University of British Columbia
Director, UND Center for Human Rights and Genocide Studies
Professor of Psychology at Rochester Institute of Technology and Rumour Specialist