Under international law, genocide is defined
by the intent to destroy, in whole or in part,
a national, ethnic, racial or religious group.
This includes acts of violence and imposing
measures intended to prevent births within
the group. A big component of the campaign
to end genocide is instituting early warning
systems to prevent genocide before it happens.
This monitoring is carried out by governmental
as well as non-governmental organizations
such as Genocide Watch and International Crisis
Group. While individuals can be prosecuted
for genocide, States can also be held legally
responsible for committing acts of genocide.
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