genocide memorial day

Genocide Memorial Day (GMD) – Brussels, 2020

Bruxelles Panthères organized the Genocide Memorial Day event on Saturday January 18,2020 in Brussels. The theme of the event was “From 1930s anti-Semitism to today’s Islamophobia”. Chairing the panel was Nordine Saidi from Bruxelles Panthères. The speaker of the event was Simon Assoun, a member

Genocide Memorial Day (GMD) – Amsterdam 2020

  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

Genocide Memorial Day (GMD) 2019 Event Report- Geneva

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.


Open Letter to the JC

IHRC has written an open letter to The Jewish Chronicle to complain about their reporting of Genocide Memorial Day’s school resources.

IHRC marks Genocide Memorial Day to prevent future atrocities

Press TV’s Bianca Rahimi covered the London, UK event. Watch the video or read the article. Original article here. Bianca Rahimi Press TV, London Speakers from the US, Iran and Venezuela had some damning evidence to share at this year’s genocide memorial day. They say

GMD Amsterdam: Economic boycott and genocide

19 January 2020: Is an economic boycott that leads to thousands of deaths a form of genocide? Decolonial International Netwerk and Vrede met Venezuela are organizing an event on the theme of economic boycott and genocide in the context of Genocide Memorial Day on January

Genocide Memorial Day Anthology: 2012 – 2019

Introduction by Ibrahim Sincere, contributors various Paperback, available from 20 December 2019. Whether to memorialise, to inspire a prayer or to learn from, analyse and study, this volume brings much to reflect on, and despite its topic, a glimmer of hope that with increased understanding