Artivism highlights the work of six artists and art collectives who have used the arts as an instrument for responding to identity-based violence and its continuing effects across six different cases of genocide and other mass atrocities. Each of these works comes from a different post-atrocity context, each representing a different region of the world: Argentina, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Canada, Indonesia, Iraqi Kurdistan, and South Africa. Each of these projects responds to the specific historical and political realities that shape these six very different cases. What ties them all together, however, is the way in which they each call on the power of art to push societies to confront the enduring realities of past violence. They advocate for a world in which the human rights of all individuals are respected—where no one need feel threatened because of her or his identity. In other words, these artivists envision a world without genocide and other mass atrocities.