Atrocities Prevention Board & President Barack Obama

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REMEMBER HER? ANOTHER ANTI ISRAEL.. ANTI AMERICAN CONSTITUTION CREATURE... WIFE OF CAS SUNSETIN... Obama To Appoint Women Who Called For Invading Israel To Be Next U.N. Ambassador… REVOLUTION PATRIOTS... THIS MAN IS GUTTING AMERICA IN FRONT OF OUR EYES AND WE ARE DOING VERY LITTLE. A White House official says President Barack Obama will name former aide Samantha Power as the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations. Power will replace Susan Rice, who will take over as Obama’s national security adviser. The official says Obama will announce both appointments from the White House Wednesday afternoon. Power is a longtime Obama adviser who worked on his 2008 presidential campaign and ran the human rights office in the White House. She left the administration in February but was considered the favorite to replace Rice at the U.N. The chair of President Obama’s new Atrocities Prevention Board once called for the United States to force troops into Israeli-controlled territory in order to end abuses she said w ...
President Barack Obama will on Wednesday nominate Samantha Power as his new ambassador to the United Nations, administration officials tell POLITICO. Power would replace Susan Rice, his new pick for national security adviser. Power, an Irish-born author on human rights and genocide, served as an aide at the National Security Council as the senior director for multilateral affairs and was named chair of the Atrocities Prevention Board that Obama created last year.
On April 23, 2012, President Barack Obama announced the creation of the Atrocities Prevention Board (APB), a high-level, interagency group responsible for developing atrocities prevention and response strategies for the U.S. government. In this Fact Sheet, Human Rights First offers an overview of the new board and recommendations for the Board.
Dear Andre: Spring is always a busy season at the Auschwitz Institute, and thanks to you and your support, this year has been even busier than usual. The highlight so far has been the launch of the Latin American Network for Genocide and Mass Atrocity Prevention (La Red Latinoamericana para la Prevención del Genocidio y Atrocidades Masivas). Organized by the Auschwitz Institute with the governments of Argentina and Brazil, the network brings together 18 states from Central and South America in a regional effort to prioritize prevention of genocide and mass atrocities by having civil servants undergo training in this area. Read more here. Here in the United States, the spring's top story in genocide prevention was the rollout of the U.S. government's Atrocities Prevention Board, announced by President Barack Obama in a speech at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, commemorating Yom Hashoah, or Holocaust Remembrance Day. After the president's speech, the members of the board met for the first time ...
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