Our conversations with experts about human rights and global affairs
The Montreal Institute for Genocide and Human Rights Studies (MIGS) is Canada’s leading think tank working at the intersection of human rights, conflict and emerging technologies. The institute serves as a leadership and ideas incubator that convenes stakeholders with the goal of developing better policies to protect human rights.
The Will to Intervene (W2I) project organises conferences, policy briefings, specialised training sessions and civic dialogues to generate awareness recommend policies that can be put in place to make "never again" a reality.
The Milan Forum for Parliamentary Action on Preventing Violent Extremism and Mass Atrocities is organized in partnership with the Montreal Institute of Genocide and Human Rights Studies (MIGS) and the Stanley Foundation. Agenda and videos.
The Digital Mass Atrocity Prevention Lab (DMAP Lab) is a policy hub working to combat genocidal ideologies online and work as a counter force against extremists and their ideas.
Better understanding the intersection between artificial intelligence and human rights with a special focus on the topic of online hate. This project is part of the DMAPLab.
Read the White Paper: "Canadian Women Leaders' Digital Defence Initiative."
Watch the digital roundtable discussions
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