Search Results for: "demir mahmutcehajic"

Search results for “"demir mahmutcehajic"”

The Long View – VOLUME 4 – ISSUE 1

Time to Uncover the Histories of Occupation and Oppression Volume 4 – Issue 1 – Jan 2022 / Jumada al-Thani 1443 Download PDF Version Buy Print Edition Editorial The modern ‘state’ is in crisis. Crafted around the idea of nation in the image of a

Back in sight: Deflating Genocide to Dissolve Bosnia and Herzegovina

As international attention is now slowly turning to the Balkans once more, Demir Mahmutćehajić argues that the ongoing actions of Milorad Dodik and his supporters has brought the country to the brink of dissolution.  A recent view from the British daily The Guardian on Bosnia

Bookshop Events and Updates

Author Evening with Na’ima B. Robert Join IHRC for an author evening with Na’ima B. Robert who will be discussing her latest book, ‘Show Up: A Motivational Message For Muslim Women’. PRE-ORDER YOUR COPY OF SHOW UPWHEN: Monday, 8 March, 2021TIME: 6pm – 7.30pm (GMT)WHERE: watch the event LIVE

Event Report: Genocide Memorial Day 2021

GMD’s annual event took place online for its twelfth consecutive time on 17 January 2021. This year’s theme was ‘Starting Genocide: Demonisation’, focusing mainly on the divisive politics that results in the demonisation of communities. Demonisation forms part of the dehumanisation process, the third of

Genocide Memorial Day – London, UK

IHRC are pleased to announce its 12th annual Genocide Memorial Day. Watch it on this page or from 1pm GMT on Sunday 17th January 2021. Please share this page. The topic of this year’s event is Starting Genocide: Demonisation. Demonisation forms part of the

January Updates

We have a few announcements for this month. GMD 2021: Genocide Memorial Day Join us tomorrow for our livestream of GMD. The theme this year is Starting Genocide: Demonisation Guest speakers include: Ilan Pappe, Yakov M. Rabkin, Haim Bresheeth-Zabner, Maung Zarni, Imam Dawud Walid – Maafa and Demir Mahmutcehajic.Watch Genocide Memorial Day,


Division and demonisation as a prelude to genocide

PRESS RELEASE – A heavyweight line-up of speakers will discuss the demonisation of communities that ultimately culminates in genocide on Genocide Memorial Day to be marked on Sunday 17 January. In line with the aim of the annual event which aims to raise awareness of