Decolonial International Network and Vrede met Venezuela organized Genocide Memorial Day on Sunday January 19, 2020 at the Conference Centre IIRE, Amsterdam. The question of the theme was: “Is an economic boycott that leads to thousands of deaths a form of genocide?”. Chairing the
Our brothers and sisters of The Decolonial Thought Community in Mexico took up the concept of Genocide Memorial Day (GMD) that is promoted by the Decolonial International Network (DIN). On October 12, 2019 an event was organized to commemorate the Indigenous Holocaust. The event was
Genocide Memorial Day (GMD) is a day focused on remembering man’s inhumanity to man. The theme for #GMD2019 in Geneva was “Failures of International Institutions in preventing genocide in conflict: The Holocaust, Palestine and Bosnia Herzegovina.
Read a comprehensive report of the event and watch the videos and see photos of the event on this page. GMD’s annual event took place for the eleventh consecutive time on 19 January 2020 at the P21 Gallery in London. The philosophy of Genocide Memorial
February is a month to remember the Forgotten Genocide in Bosnia. We believe that justice and remembrance are powerful weapons against genocide and for this reason we want to remember the anniversary of the end of the Siege of Sarajevo.
Below are some updates on the project, including more links to resources for older students. Poetry Competition winners 2020We are delighted to announce the winners of this year’s poetry competition, as follows: 1st Prize – Holocaust by Emily from Invicta Grammar School2nd Prize – Their Hate by
Those of you commemorating genocides past and present in the coming weeks may find the following resources useful. A full set of resources can be found on our site here. All our lesson plans are available under the Genocide Memorial Day author account on the TES resources
We hope this email finds you well. November is a month of many national events related to memorialisation and learning. The commemoration of the two world wars in particular, the Gunpowder plot and even Islamopohobia Awareness feature heavily in the calendar. Please find below