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Support the WCSC

In an effort to promote a deeper understanding of war crimes, the War Crimes Studies Center is continually expanding its activities. We appreciate any and all contributions.

Thank you very much for becoming a supporter of the Friends of the UCB War Crimes Studies Center. Your generosity will help the Center continue interdisciplinary research on international humanitarian law. Your support will also enable us to continue projects such as the Trial Monitoring and Judicial Training Program for Judges of Sierra Leone, research positions, and digitization of archives.

Donations checks can be made out to “U.C. Regents” and mailed to: David Cohen
War Crimes Studies Center
7331 Dwinelle Hall #2670
Berkeley, CA 94720-2670

Donations are also welcomed through UC Berkeley Online Giving. For more information on how to contribute, please contact David Cohen at warcrimescenter@socrates.berkeley.edu

Past and Present Donors

East-West Center, Honolulu, Hawaii
Wang Family Foundation
Human Security Program & SEARCH Program, Canada
Volkswagen Foundation
British Foreign and Commonwealth Office
British Embassy, Phnom Penh
Danish Government DANIDA
University of California, Berkeley- Department of Rhetoric
Computer Science Department & Boalt Hall School of Law
National Human Rights Commission of Indonesia
Australian National Archives
Open Society Institute—Justice Program, United States
United States Agency for International Development (USAID)
United States Department of Justice
Friends of WCSC – Individual Donors

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