September 17, 2020


The Killing Fields of Dr. Haing S. Ngor

Produced and directed by ARTHUR DONG 

Free virtual screenings worldwide: September 16-20, 2020

The Killing Fields of Dr. Haing S. Ngor  returns for encore screenings at the Cambodia Town Film Festival. Showcasing the best in Cambodian cinema from around the world, this year's festival is a free virtual forum, including films and special events. Filmmaker...

Last year marked the 25th anniversary of the Genocide Against the Tutsi in Rwanda. During one hundred days in 1994, Hutu extremists slaughtered over one million people, primarily Tutsi as well as Hutu and others who opposed the genocide. Learning from the Genocide against the Tutsi provides crucial insight into averting conflict and fostering more inclusive communities. The current era of deep political, racial, class, and gen...

August 25, 2020

On the third anniversary of the Myanmar armys' genocide that killed over ten thousand Rohingya and drove over 800,000 Rohingya over the border into Bangladesh, fifty anti-genocide activists, scholars, musicians, poets, artists and world leaders commemorated the 2017 genocide and forced displacement.

Below are the texts of Dr. Stanton's speech for Genocide Watch and the speeches of Natalie Brinham, Doreen Chen, and Nay San Lwin...

Experts have said that the violence in Nigeria is escalating and the government is failing to stop the violence. Nigeria is nearing a tipping point. 

In a column for the Christian Post, Stephen Enada said, “Nigeria has been sitting on this powder keg for a while now, with civil unrest building. Western nations have a vested interest in making sure that things get better from here.”

We cannot let violence continue in Nigeria. E...

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 solely to the prevention of genocide.

Genocide Watch and the Alliance have four goals: 
1.    Genocide education for policy makers, students, and the public;

January 25, 2019

Against the backdrop of the completely stalled efforts at repatriating Rohingyas from Bangladesh to their country of origin, Myanmar, which the UN Fact Finding Mission officially recognized as a member state with an 'ongoing issue of genocide', the conference is designed to call the world’s attention to, and educate the international public at large about, the twofold need of protection and accountability which Rohingy...

Denial: The Final Stage of Genocide

First International Conference of the Center for Holocaust, Genocide & Human Rights StudiesUniversity of North Carolina Charlotte, April 13-14, 2019

Call for Papers

Deadline for Abstract Submission: November 1, 2018

Location: Charlotte, North Carolina, United States

Subject Fields: Holocaust, Genocide Studies, Memory Studies, Human Rights, History, Colonial and Post-Colonial Studies, Law and Lega...

30 May 2018


Protect the Rohingya calls for the end of the Rohingya genocide! Join the movement by wearing BLACK in solidarity on Wednesday, 13 June 2018 and remember to tweet your photos and messages of solidarity to us: @ProtectRohingya using the Hashtag: #Black4Rohingya

The Rohingya have been described as the world’s most persecuted minority by the United Nations. They live in Arakan State, Myanmar where they have...

The Free Rohingya Coalition sponsored a Conference on the Rohingya at the French National Assembly on June 1, 2018.

Live-streamed video of the event can be viewed on Facebook here.

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