Our projects bring humanitarian and political crises to the forefront, persuade governments and organizations to exert their political will and give victims of mass atrocities a forum to tell their stories.
Mapping the Artificial Intelligence, Networked Hate and Human Rights Project
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.
The Will to Intervene Project
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 Digital Mass Atrocity Prevention Lab
The Digital Mass Atrocity Prevention Lab (DMAP Lab) combats genocidal ideologies online, working as a counter-force against extremists and their ideas.
The Media Monitoring Project
The Media Monitoring Project reviews the domestic media of at-risk countries for early warning crimes against humanity, genocide and ethnic cleansing. (on hiatus)
A collection of unpublished diaries and memoirs written by Holocaust survivors in Canada.
Montreal Life Stories
An oral history project that documents the experiences and memories of mass violence and displacement of more than 500 Montreal residents.
The Raoul Wallenberg Legacy of Leadership Project
The project celebrates the life and legacy of the Swedish diplomat who saved tens of thousands of Jews in Hungary during the WWII. (Project completed)