genocide memorial day

genocide memorial day

Genocide Memorial Day 2022: How states sanitise genocide and genocidal acts

Watch the event below. WHEN: Sunday 16 January 2022, 1pm UK time WHERE: Online, ihrc.tv, YouTube and Facebook THEME: How states sanitise genocide and genocidal acts SPEAKERS: TBC Wherever and whenever genocidal acts have been committed the perpetrators have made great efforts to conceal, justify

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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

Genocide Memorial Day to focus on demonisation of peoples

PRESS RELEASE – The divisive politics that results in the demonisation of communities will be the focus of this year’s Genocide Memorial Day to be held later this month. In line with the aim of the annual event which aims to raise awareness of genocide

Poetry Competition for 2021- Deadline extension

Poetry Competition for 2021– Deadline extension Due to the current situation with COVID we are aware that teachers and schools are under a lot of pressure. This may not have given the right opportunity for many to utilise the GMD resources and speak to the

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Poetry Competition

Ensure you don’t miss our annual Poetry Competition deadline! Young people in the UK have until 18th December 2022 to submit their poems.  The competition is open to anyone in the UK aged 11 to 18 at the time of entering. Winners will be announced

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Genocide Memorial Day

Genocide Memorial Day takes place on the third Sunday of every January to remember the perpetration of genocides and genocidal acts.