IAGS members are academic scholars, human rights activists, students, museum and memorial professionals, policymakers, educators, anthropologists, independent scholars, sociologists, artists, political scientists, economists, historians, international law scholars, psychologists, and literature and film scholars. IAGS was formed in 1994 and currently represents 600 members from all continents. We encourage anyone dealing with genocide in a scholarly or professional capacity to join.
We are a global association with a common goal. As an interdisciplinary, non-partisan organization, we seek to further research and teaching about the nature, causes, and consequences of genocide, and advance policy studies on genocide prevention.
Your membership with IAGS helps to support the organization’s activities and outreach as well as the advancement of scholarly work in the areas of genocide prevention, causes, and consequences.