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Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs 🇳🇱 Dec 9
The Netherlands and Canada support Gambia in its efforts to address Myanmar’s alleged violations against the Rohingya at the International Court of Justice in The Hague. We call upon others to do the same and support Gambia.
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Xavi Ruiz 🇪🇺 Dec 9
Soon, there will be no survivors to tell their stories, and we will hear about the Holocaust only by books and videos. Map of the victims per country of death. We must never forget.
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Kigali Genocide Memorial Dec 9
Today marks the International Day of Commemoration and Dignity of the Victims of the Crime of Genocide and of the Prevention of this Crime. This year marks the 71 anniversary of the 1948 Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide.
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Aegis Trust Dec 9
Today Rwandan survivors are applying their experience to enable effective upstream prevention of atrocities in countries risk (and you can help them)! Here’s how…
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The hopper 🌹🌹#BDS Dec 9
On , remember the Palestinians who have been suffering at the hands of apartheid Israel since 1948.
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Kate Williams (Remembering Srebrenica) Dec 9
It is the responsibility of everyone to prevent genocide. To understand the early warning signs, we ask everyone to familiarise themselves today with the 10 Stages of Genocide (adapted from Gregory H Stanton's 'The Ten Steps to Genocide'-Genocide Watch)
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Kate Williams (Remembering Srebrenica) Dec 9
Today is Genocide Prevention Day. Join us today in remembering the dignity and strength of the victims and survivors of genocide worldwide - both historically and in the present day.
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Xavi Ruiz 🇪🇺 Dec 9
Historians estimate that around 500,000 Romani were killed by the Nazis. 50% of the slightly fewer than 1 million Roma in Europe at the time.
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Arnesa Buljušmić-Kustura Dec 9
There is something deeply unsettling about watching UN agencies, politicians, and people in power tweet about as if UN themselves and many political powers didn’t idly stand by and watch as the Bosnian genocide, Rwandan genocide and the ongoing ones happen.
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Xavi Ruiz 🇪🇺 Dec 9
1,5M Armenians were systematically murdered and others driven off their native lands by the Muslim Ottomans. This map shows the death march roots into the Syrian desert (1914-1923).
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Prevent Genocide Org Dec 3
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Karuna Nundy Dec 11
I see this is one of free speech's firm boundaries - hate speech that can lead to genocide. We in India are beyond merely dehumanising a group of citizens with words. In fact many will no longer be recognised as citizens.
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UN OSAPG Dec 9
In commemoration of , Special Adviser Dieng opened the International Day of Commemoration and Dignity of the Victims of Genocide: "The focus of the event this year is on ways in which we can all contribute to of ."
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UN OSAPG Dec 9
: Thanking the Multi Faith Advisory Council, Special Adviser Dieng stated "Religious leaders promote messages of and inclusion that are actively contributing to of ."
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Nobody's Listening Dec 9
Today we commemorate the victims of all genocides. Yazidis, Christians and other communities in remain at heightened risk of another genocide. “We don’t need sympathy alone, but support and action to help the community” - Ivana Waleed.
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Genocide80Twenty Dec 9
We’re here at to discuss the importance of and our publication
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Holocaust Memorial Day Trust Dec 9
Today is UN , when we remember all people affected by genocide and commit to creating a safer future.
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Kigali Genocide Memorial Dec 9
Through on-site Peace and values education programme, our visitors receive knowledge, skills and tools that help them become active in prevention of violence and mass atrocities and creating resilience against genocide. .
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Auschwitz Memorial Dec 9
71 years ago accepted "Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide" which defined genocide in legal terms. It was drafted by a lawyer of Polish-Jewish descent Rafał Lemkin who coined the term „genocide”.
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GCR2P Dec 9
We continue our observance of the Intl Day of Commemoration of Victims or Genocide, discussing remembrance and education as powerful tools for prevention with . A moving musical performance before the roundtable begins.
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