8 January 2013
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5. Press releases
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Genocide Memorial Day 2013
IHRC are holding their fourth annual Genocide Memorial Day (GMD) conference on Sunday 20 January 2013. It’s IHRC’s big event of the year and focuses on on remembering man’s inhumanity to man.. Find out more information below –
3. Upcoming events
Author Evening: Amina Inloes & Nazmina Virjee talk about Spiritual Mysteries
Join us for an insight into Mulla Muhsin Fayd Kashani’s masterpiece with two of the translators of this acclaimed work. You can watch the show live on IHRCTV or participate as an audience member. Find out more here –
Genocide Memorial Day
More information above, or visit www.genocidememorialday.org
Response to Home Office Consultation Paper: REVIEW OF THE OPERATION OF SCHEDULE 7
IHRC responded to a UK government consultation on the review of the operation of Schedule 7, and it is published below over viewing the continued discriminatory use of Schedule 7 by the UK Home Office.
5. Press Releases
PRESS RELEASE: Israel withdraws from United Nations UPR
IHRC is outraged at Israel’s decision to withdraw from the United Nations Universal Periodic Review. Read our issued press release here –
PRESS RELEASE: UK human rights activists travel to Indonesia to address sectarianism
An IHRC delegation of human rights activists are on their way to Indonesia amid concerns of sectarian disunity and violence emerging in the historically tolerant country.
A UJN delegation starts its mission to Indonesia to discuss unity and progress
Arzu Merali – Ten Days in Tehran: 7,8,9 – Three days in Esfahan
“Sanctions are supported by Muslim internecine demonisation”
Book Review – The Making and Unmaking of a Zionist: A Personal and Political Journey’
A book review by Adam Majeed for Antony Lerman’s ‘The Making and Unmaking of a Zionist: A Personal and Political Journey’
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