Initiative on the "UN Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide" (CPPCG)

(A Call to create an Independent Committee within the UN to revisit and review the Genocide Convention)

Initiative Supporters

We are privileged to include as supporters for the initiative many distinguished individuals from the fields of international politics, economists, diplomacy, the private sector and civil society.

Supporters for the Initiative include:
  1. Aegis Trust
  2. American Humanist Association
  3. European Institute for Democratic Participation
  4. Genocide Watch
  5. Helsinki Committee for Human Rights in Bosnia and Herzegovina
  6. Initiative for Freedom of Expression - Turkey
  7. SOL - People for Solidarity, Ecology, and Lifestyle
  8. Stop Genocide Denial Initiative
  9. Alberto Saldamando - Attorney and Advocate, International Indigenous Rights
  10. Dr. Alexandra Föderl-Schmid - Editor, "Der Standard"
  11. Prof. Dr. Ali A. Jalali - Former Minister of the Interior of Afghanistan
  12. Prof. A. C. Grayling - Master, the New College of the Humanities, London
  13. Bakhtyar Aljaf - Director, International Institute for Middle-East and Balkan Studies; Slovenia
  14. Bartolomé Clavero - Former Member, UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues
  15. Billy Briggs - Freelance Journalist
  16. Bo?ko Jak?ić - Journalist and Contributor to BBC, Radio Free Europe, Al-Jazeera
  17. Prof. Dr Celio Placer Almeida - Adjunct Professor, Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie
  18. Charles Adeogun-Phillips - International Lawyer; Former Genocide and War Crimes Prosecutor
  19. Dr. Christiane Schönfeld - Head, Dept of German Studies, University of Limerick; Ireland
  20. H.E. Amb. Dr. Cynthia P. Schneider - Former US Ambassador to the Netherlands
  21. Daisy Khan - Executive Director, American Society for Muslim Advancement (ASMA)
  22. Daniela Bozhinova - Chairperson, Bulgarian Association for the Promotion of Citizens Initiative
  23. David Neville - Associate Professor, School of Theology, Charles Sturt University, St Mark?s National Theological Centre; Australia
  24. Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu - Human Rights Activist and Nobel Peace Prize Winner
  25. H.E. Amb. Elena Poptodorova - Ambassador of Bulgaria to the USA