In an effort to keep one of Canada's most revolutionary foreign policy achievements alive and evolving, the Global Centre for the Responsibility to Protect was launched in New York last week.

The centre, housed at the Ralph Bunche Institute at New York's City University, has already been endorsed by international diplomatic luminaries such as Nobel Peace Prize winners Kofi Annan and Archbishop Desmond Tutu as an important step towards genocide prevention.

"I welcome the establishment in January of the Global Centre for the Responsibility to Protect at the Ralph Bunche Institute," said UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon...

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