GMD Essay, August 2010: Hiroshima and Nagasaki

Hajira Qureshi looks at the impact of the detonation of the first atomic bombs in Japan and the resultant genocide.

The International Criminal Court and Possible US Prosecution

Perpetrators safe in the knowledge that the international community will not bring them to account have committed some of the worst crimes of modern times.

GMD Memorial Essay, November 2010: “Remembering the transatlantic slave trade” by...

Zimarina explores the historical context of transatlantic African slavery and analyses the motives for its establishment and factors which lead to its official abolition.

Authorities must act against mainstream media terror incitement

Comments made in the wake of the New Zealand terrorist attack by Britain’s counter-terrorism chief, Neil Basu, that the mainstream media is responsible for...

THE ATTICA REVOLT: HEROIC PRISON UPRISING

Sasuie Abbas Leghari overviews the tragic and amazing events of a generation ago, and the importance of their legacy.

What antisemitism is, and what it is not

Free Speech on Israel has produced a leaflet defining what antisemitism is and what it is not

Freedom of Religion in Belgium and the Hijab

An overview of the laws pertaining to headscarves for women in Belgium, and Belgium's obligations under international human rights norms.

GMD Memorial Essay, June 2010, “Genocide in Cambodia: Revisiting the Killing...

 In memory of those who have fallen victim to a crime that’s among the worst of crimes, the crime of genocide.

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