To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Affairs, if she will take steps to introduce a Government strategy for atrocity prevention.
30 November 2021
We believe it is not necessary. As most atrocities occur in and around armed conflict, the Government has dedicated significant resources to preventing conflict. We are committed to a more integrated approach to government work on conflict and instability, placing greater emphasis on addressing the drivers of conflict, atrocity prevention and strengthening fragile countries’ resilience to external influence.
Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office
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