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Presentation9 17.pptx genocide foundation

  1. 1. Genocide Intervention<br />By Isidro Magana<br />
  2. 2. About Genocide intervention foundation.<br /><ul><li>The foundation was established in 2005, it is mobilizing to have the very first anti-genocide constituency that will halt massacres around the world.
  3. 3. It includes a collaboration of investors, a national fellowship of local leaders across the united states and over 1000 student chapters at college and high school levels.
  4. 4. They primary focus is to end the mass murders that plague the undeveloped countries, the way they try to do that is to push their elected officials to pass laws that will help and protect civilians. Everything starts by us the people that get informed and that are willing to take action.</li></li></ul><li>Personal Connection<br />The reason I choose this organization was because it sends a special message to people. Genocide is something no one should turn their backs on. It has happen so much through human history to the point when do we say enough is enough.<br />This organization appealed to me for the future, as to how I can help people that are in need and as well inform my community as well as our nation to lend their own little grain of help to the people in need. If no one will help them who will. <br />
  5. 5. What is Genocide Interventio’s Mission and values?<br />The Mission of this foundation is to empower individuals and communities with the tools to prevent and stop genocide.<br />The foundations goal is ambitious and the mission critical- they hold world leaders accountable for committing to prevent the atrocities of genocide and develop targeted programs to impact the lives of those at risk on this Aggrandizing problem the world faces.<br />They work closely with policy experts, world leaders, and anti-genocide activists in the struggle to end this Unscrupulous act of mass murder.<br />The foundation has a theory of change and they address this root to the lack of political will. By this in creating an educated and empowered permanent anti-genocide constituency at a national scale, it is then there that they will stop and prevent any more genocides from occurring. <br />
  6. 6. Genocide intervention’s Program<br />Genocide prevention program: This program is addressed by the genocide intervention network to push congress and the administration to tell the Genocide Prevention Task Force (GPTF) to carry out their recommendations plans tocurtail Genocide acts. <br />The recommendations include ways for the Administration to develop strategies to help prevent genocide as well for funding for genocide prevention activities.<br />
  7. 7. Genocides Intervention inputs<br />We are funded by donations that people make toward the cause to prevent genocide and rely on students toAdults to Explicate and inform communities about genocide.<br />Civilian protection camps are held in hot zone countries to shelter and protect the people. They need money donated by the people to buy raw material for them as well as the basic needs, such as food, water clothes etc.<br />The fire wood protection plan is funded by the people’s donation to generate income for the people of the affected countries to purchase their wood.<br />
  8. 8. Genocide Intervention process<br />The Genocide Prevention Task force is the one in charge to carry out the laws that congress passes to make sure genocide does not occur no more .<br />Food and shelter are provided in these camps and builds communities back to ensure the happiness and well being of each individual.<br />The fire wood protection plan ensures the peoples safety from attaining their own wood with their own money instead of going out to the danger zone and picking their own supply of wood.<br />
  9. 9. Genocides Intervention Outputs<br />The program has protect the people of these affected nations through the use of diplomacy and strengthening the African nations governments.<br />The camps provide an essential part to protect and welcome any refugee that left the country to to flee from turmoil. Over 250,00 people from Darfur are living in camps in Chad, as well as 180,000 refugees from neighboring countries are camping in Democratic Republic Of The Congo.<br />The fire wood protection plan plays a vital role to make sure people don’t get caught by their own government or rebels and be killed. This program has saved many women from getting caught and raped.<br />
  10. 10. Genocide Intervention Outcomes<br />Americans have now set forward and Dichotomize the problems of political will and the instability of African governments. Making this easier to attack and ensure the well being of the African countries civilians.<br />With the camps being set the people of the affected nations feel more at ease knowing that help is just around the corner and that their basic needs are being meet.<br />With the fire wood plan it has given the people a sense of relief the opportunity to work inside the camps to earn money to support their family and attain fire wood-their basic need for making their food.<br />
  11. 11. political will is a major factor in not stopping and preventing genocide. <br />African nations and their instability of power is the second major reason why the people in their states suffer the most.<br />5.6 million people are displaced in Sudan, and 2.7 million are displaced by the Darfur crisis. http://www.genocideintervention.net/areas_of_concern/darfur/whyitareaconcern .<br />At least 2500 were killed by inter-tribal violence in south Sudan in 2009 <br />Genocides Intervention Community need what is the problem in the community? <br />
  12. 12. Community need Con’t<br />7000 estimate rapes in 2009 in Democratic republic of Congo.http://www.genocideintervention.net/areas_of_concern/democratic_republic_congo/whyitareaconcern<br />The foundations role is to now with the help of the people in civilized countries they will join together and put pressure on congress men and women to ensure genocide is prevented and make sure it never happens again.<br />With the help of congress we will help our fellow African nations to ensure their government is stable and that people loose their Fallacy towards their government.<br />
  13. 13. How does Genocide Intervention link to Critical Thinking?<br />The foundation relies for Congress men and women to sit down and think and analyze which laws they should pass to fight genocide.<br />We open closed minded people to acknowledge the problem that is happening around the world and set forward with their fair minded attitude to attack the problem from the root<br />With the help of the GPTF we set comprehensive strategies to help secure the safety and well being of the people. <br />
  14. 14. How does Genocide Intervention link to Critical Reading?<br />The foundation keeps its volunteers posted about the improvement of preventing genocide, by sending them articles, updated information and news to read and look at<br />
  15. 15. How does Genocide intervention link to Critical Action.<br />We have to make final decisions and what is the best method of reaching and helping the people that are in dire need.<br />We engage in thinking with government officials to see to it that the blue print of our thinking becomes reality and helps the many.<br />With the money donated we see to it that it goes to the country and our volunteers use the money to help the civilians with their basic needs for survival. <br />
  16. 16. The Foundation For Critical Thinking<br />The mission of this foundation is to promote essential change in education and society through cultivation of fair minded critical thinking.<br />The foundation is willing to work with anyone and any society willing to change and become civilized constructive thinkers to better them and their communities.<br />
  17. 17. Genocide Intervention and The Foundation for Critical Thinking.<br />The foundation works with African nations governments to understand and accept their own flaws and work from there to become a better country<br />They keep people informed about what is going on around the world and with their help and skills they can better this world and by that starts by helping the people that are in need. <br />The foundation fosters peoples mind to accept their own flaws and continue to strive from there.<br />They help people get intellectual skills to that help them and their communities. <br />Genocide Intervention<br />The foundation For Critical Thinking<br />
  18. 18. How the Audience can get involved.<br />There is a toll free number that you can call 1-800-genocide. To talk to officials on protecting these people and ending the ever lasting conflict.<br />They can learn more and take a position by subscribing to the Rss feed and stay informed.<br />

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