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Edmund Burke once said "the only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men [and women] to do nothing." GAN makes a difference because of an army of dedicated practitioners, students, and volunteers who are passionate about securing justice for victims of atrocity crimes. GAN is always looking for additional volunteers, especially from attorneys, law students, journalism students, information technology professionals, and other valuable teammates.

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Each of GAN's memoranda, case dossiers, and sample indictments is drafted, researched, and edited by licensed attorneys well versed in International Criminal Law.  To support its work, GAN is always looking for experienced attorney practitioners, especially in the area of international criminal law, to support its operations.   

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The Cornerstone Documents upon which GAN's Accountability System functions are produced through the dedicated support of student volunteers. Whether you are a law, graduate, or undergraduate student, GAN would be honored to have your support as we combat the beast of impunity.

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GAN is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Thus, like the SCSL that preceded it, GAN functions entirely off of grants and donations for like-minded individuals and organizations who want to support our mission of achieving justice for victims.  Whether you are an organization with a larger budget or a student volunteer who wants to raise money, you can make a difference.

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