Join SP, start your own chapter!

In the past year, the Sentinel Project has seen many great changes within the organization. One of our proudest accomplishments is SP’s University Chapters. Not only have we exceeded the number of chapters we expected to have at this time, we could not be happier about the achievements of our...

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Final UCOSP Gin update for the Fall term!

These last weeks have found our team putting together the front and backend components of the Gin prototype. Our efforts have centred on establishing a single repository on Github, currently administered by Michelle, where Vincent and Leemor’s frontend code has been integrated. We now have a...

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What the Sentinel Project Means to Me

Blog Post by Dennis Sithoo Earlier today I was watching a travel show on television where the hosts were visiting Cambodia. They visited an old school that was converted into a detention and torture centre for the Khmer Rouge. The stained floors, rusted relics and memorial photos of the victims...

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Mount Allison Chapter Raises Funds at Town Fair

Blog post written by Rebecca Anne Dixon Mount Allison’s Student Chapter of the Sentinel Project has had an active semester of fundraising and raising awareness about genocide in the Sackville community. Following a successful stint running the coat check at the campus pub, the group set up a table...

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Mercyhurst College & UC Berkeley Join SP!

Only months after the development of our University Chapters program, we have gone international! Our first International Chapter is at Mercyhurst College, located in Erie, Pennsylvania. Under the direction of Diane Chido, Adjust Professor of Intelligence Studies at Mercyhurst and one of SP’s very...

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The Sentinel Project Calls for Board of Directors

The Sentinel Project for Genocide Prevention is now in its fourth year and it’s time to step up our organizational development efforts.  We’ve spent our first three years focusing on technology and research, which drive our Early Warning System and help identify communities at risk of genocide. ...

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