Statements regarding current events and priority policy areas relating to atrocity crimes and their prevention are listed below. They are published by APR2P in conjunction with our partners throughout the region. 

NGO Open Letter to the Holy See on the Visit of Pope Francis to Iraq, 4 March 2021, (PDF, 425KB).

The Asia Pacific Partnership for Atrocity Prevention (APPAP) Members Statement on the Uighurs, 22 February 2021, (PDF, 166KB).

The Asia Pacific Partnership for Atrocity Prevention (APPAP) Members Statement on Myanmar, 3 February 2021, (PDF, 173KB).

Open Letter of Concern to Governments on Crimes Against Humanity and Genocide Against Uyghurs in China, 15 September 2020, (PDF, 206KB).

APR2P Joint NGO Statement: Without Justice and Recognition the Genocide by ISIS Continues,17 July 2020, (PDF, 363KB).

APPAP Members Statement on The Philippines, 29 June 2020, (PDF, 195KB).

Open Letter to the Governments of the World to Support the Work of Atrocity Prevention during the COVID-19 Pandemic May 2020, (PDF, 85KB).

Joint NGO Statement: Humanitarian and Security Implications of the COVID-19 crisis in northern Iraq, April 2020 (PDF, 383KB).

Responding to COVID-19: Joint Statement by civil society organisations for ASEAN to heed the US Secretary-General's calls for a ceasefire, March 2020 (PDF, 712KB).

APR2P Statement on West Papua, September 2019 (PDF, 120KB).

APR2P Statement on the recent violence in Papua New Guinea, July 2019 (PDF, 126KB).

APPAP Statement on Myanmar, June 2019 (PDF, 158KB).

Statement by the Centre's Regional Director during the UN General Assembly Interactive Dialogue, 2016 (PDF, 140 KB).

Statement by the Centre's Director during the UN General Assembly Interactive Dialogue, 2015 (PDF, 263KB).

Statement by the Centre's Director during the UN General Assembly Interactive Dialogue, 2014 (PDF, 62KB).