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The Campaign to End Genocide

Dublin Core

Title

The Campaign to End Genocide

Subject

Genocide -- Prevention.
United Nations.

Description

Oral history video clip featuring Gregory Stanton, Director, Genocide Watch. This video was originally produced by Media Entertainment, Inc., for the 2000 documentary The Genocide Factor.

Creator

Media Entertainment, Inc.

Source

Genocide Factor Collection, Oral History Program, Tampa Library,
University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida.

Publisher

Tampa, Fla. : University of South Florida Tampa Library.

Date

1999-09-08

Contributor

Stanton, Gregory

Relation

G36-00053
Tape number: 4061A

Format

video / mp4

Language

English

Type

Oral History

Oral History Item Type Metadata

Interviewer

Proctor, Cecily

Interviewee

Stanton, Gregory

Transcription

The Campaign to End Genocide is an international coalition of human rights, legal, and religious groups, whose aim is to end genocide forever. The Campaign has six goals. The goals are to create an early warning system for the UN Security Council; to create an international criminal court; to create a system by which the UN veto system will be reformed, or by which the General Assembly can act when the UN is paralyzed by the veto; to have a way by which the UN can act, in other words to create a rapid response force; to get the UN financing to finance these methods of acting, in other words to get the members to pay their dues, including our own country; and finally, to have education about the causes of genocide.

Original Format

Beta tape

Duration

1:42

Citation

Media Entertainment, Inc., “The Campaign to End Genocide,” USF Library Special & Digital Collections Exhibits, accessed December 9, 2019, http://exhibits.lib.usf.edu/items/show/728.