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- Cambodia - Pol Pot's Shadow – This PBS site features links, video, and interviews with survivors of the struggles in Cambodia.
- Committee on Conscience – Formed by the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, the Committee on Conscience maintains this website which organizes general and in-depth resources on genocide and related crimes against humanity.
- Educate - Genocide Intervention Network – Using historical examples, this site addresses in detail the question, "What is genocide?"
- Ghosts of Rwanda – This PBS site was created as a supplement to the Frontline documentary Ghosts of Rwanda, first aired in 2004, 10 years after the 1994 genocide. It includes interviews, a timeline, and an analysis of the American response.
- International Criminal Court – This is the website of the judicial branch of the UN that is responsible for trying individuals for participation in war crimes and genocide.
- The Rohde to Srebrenica – Journalist David Rohde's investigation into possible mass graves in Bosnia led to documenting what he calls "the biggest massacre Europe [has] experienced since World War II." The Rohde to Srebrenica is the first case study in international human rights reporting to be created by Elements of International Reporting at the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism.