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EXTENDED DEADLINE: Annual Poetry Competition 2022

Ensure you don’t miss our annual Poetry Competition’s new deadline! The date for final submissions to the 2022 competition is 22nd April 2022. The competition is open to anyone in the UK aged 11 to 18 at the time of entering. Winners will be announced

How states sanitise genocide and genocidal acts

In line with the aim of the annual event which aims to raise awareness of genocide so that new generations can understand the causes and recognise the warning signs of such atrocities, this year’s theme is the sanitisation of genocides and genocidal acts. Wherever and

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,

VIDEO: Why join Genocide Memorial Day this Sunday?

Sunday 17 January 2021 is Genocide Memorial Day. This year, due to Covid-19, the event will be held online. Join us from 1pm GMT for the premiere of this year’s speakers’ presentations on ‘The prelude to Genocide: Demonisation’. Massoud Shadjareh explains the significance of the

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

Commemorating Kristallnacht: The Night of Broken Glass

This month marks the 82nd anniversary of the Night of Broken Glass. This tragic event marked a turning point towards a more violent and repressive treatment of Jews leading finally to the Holocaust. We think that it is important to reflect on the events that