Articles by Dr. Gregory Stanton

October 26, 2019

Outline of address by Dr. Stanton to the 8th International Symposium on Women and Genocide.  Dr. Stanton assesses the successes and failures of the anti-genocide movement during the past twenty years.  He makes practical recommendations about how to improve the effectiveness of the movement, and how to better prevent genocide.

February 28, 2019

Teaching Ten Stages of Genocide

Dr. Stanton describes his introductory course on genocide at the University of Mary Washington and shares his advice about teaching.

February 8, 2019

Justice by Gregory H Stanton

Poem delivered at the International Conference on Protection and Accountability in Burma, Barnard College, New York, NY

Sept 21, 2018

Dr. Gregory Stanton on recognizing the genocide in Myanmar

Video addressing the Burmese-American Muslims in Los Angeles

July, 28, 2017

The Call - Video

Film of Dr. Gregory Stanton's Ted Talk at Foggy Bottom, Washington, DC

January, 28, 2014

Why the World Needs an International Convention On Crimes Against Humanity

 Dr. Gregory Stanton's discussion on Why the World Needs an International Convention

On Crimes Against Humanity

Oct 3, 2017

Call Myanmar's Crimes Against the Rohingya “GENOCIDE”

May 22, 2017

The Call - Paper

Ted Talk from Gregory Stanton at Foggy Bottom, Washington, DC

January 29, 2016

We Can't Ignore the Worrying Signs of Genocide in Africa

for the Mail & Guardian, South Africa

December 16, 2015

Press conference statement on ISIS genocide

 

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Articles about Dr. Gregory Stanton,
the Cambodian Genocide Project, and Genocide Watch

August 3, 2011

3 August 2011 “Students study genocide to prevent bullying,” by Sally Hunter, The Minnesota Daily

October 3, 2010

3 October 2010 “Zimbabwe: Mugabe bows to pressure over degree,” by University World News

September 27, 2010

Mugabe cancels trip to Ecuador to receive bogus degree

by Lance Guma, SW Radio Africa

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Media Appearances by Dr. Gregory Stanton

Outline of Dr. Stanton's address to the 8th Symposium on Women and Genocide
Washington, DC, October 26, 2019

When Genocide Watch and the Alliance Against Genocide were founded in 1999, there were no international organizations or international coalitions dedicated solel...

LONDON — South Africa’s new president, Cyril Ramaphosa, who had traveled to London this week to assure global investors of his determination to tackle corruption in his country and restore faith in its public institutions, cut short his trip on Thursday to deal with un...

On March 16, 1988, after sustained shelling and aerial bombardments had driven most of the inhabitants of the Kurdish town of Halabja into their basements, Saddam Hussein ordered his air force to change munitions – and missions.

Instead of softening up the Kurdish town...

February 7, 2018

A group of scholars and rights campaigners from different countries have blasted Oxford University Press (OUP) over the commissioning of controversial researcher Dr Jacques Leider to write a reference article on the persecuted Rohingya people in a forthcoming series of...

December 1, 2017

Hello I'm Greg Stanton from genocide watch and George Mason University. It's a great honor to talk to you today about the genocide being carried out against the Rohingya of Myanmar. I'm sorry I can't be with you in person today. I was invited to the conference but for...

People take part in a rally in support of Myanmar's stateless Rohingya minority in the Chechen capital of Grozny, Russia,on September 4, 2017. PHOTO: Reuters

The UN calls the Myanmar army's aggression against the Rohingya “ethnic cleansing”. “Ethnic cleansing” is a term...

CALL IT GENOCIDE

By Gregory Stanton

Published in the Dhaka Daily Star, October 3, 2017

The UN​ ​call​s​ ​the ​Myanmar ​a​rmy​'s​ aggression against the Rohingya “ethnic cleansing.”

“Ethnic cleansing” is a term invented by Slobodan Milosevic.  It’s a euphemism for forced di...

September 20, 2017

Seorang pakar pembunuhan jenayah kaum, profesor Dr Gregory Stanton melihat sekatan jadi alat paling berkesan untuk menekan Aung San Suu Kyi dan rejim tentera myanmar dalam menangani krisis Rohingya. Beliau menarik perhatian, sekatan memberi kesan kepada iran dan iraq s...

Persecution of the Rohingya, Kachin, Shan, Karen and other minorities in Myanmar has been continuous since a military coup installed the Ne Win junta in 1962. The ethnic Burmese monopoly of political, economic, and military power has resulted in systematic oppression o...

September 14, 2017

The Rome-based Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal to hear the allegations and evidence of war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide against Myanmar’s religious and ethnic minorities including Rohingyas, Kachin, Ta’ang and Myanmar Muslims.

The entire proceeding will be w...

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