The Asia Pacific Centre for the Responsibility to protect located within POLSIS is a partnership between the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and The University of Queensland.  Launched in Bangkok in February 2008, the APR2P Centre celebrates 10 years in 2018. In that time it has become a focal point for regional research and practice, bringing together politicians, NGOs, government agencies, and academics from across the region to strengthen the prevention of atrocity crimes. During its first few months the centre’s work focused on closely monitoring international debates surrounding the crisis in Myanmar following Cyclone Nargis, which killed an estimated 100,000 people in the Irrawaddy Delta. Ten years later, the Centre continues to work in Myanmar, engaging both the government and civil society there. It recently published a detailed atrocity risk assessment for Myanmar, using a United Nations Framework.