Published in: democraciaAbierta: OpinionBrazil’s Indigenous peoples survived Bolsonaro. Now Lula has won, what next?
Bolsonaro’s genocidal policies devastated Indigenous communities. After four years of trauma, they can breathe again
Published in: 50.50: FeatureAnimated documentary film tells story of ‘Armenia’s Anne Frank’
‘Aurora’s Sunrise’ tells the forgotten true story of a teenage girl who survived the Armenian genocide of 1915
Published in: 50.50: OpinionWhy ‘liberal peacebuilding’ isn’t delivering for DR Congo’s ethnic minorities
Focus on elections, investment and climate change has ignored serious threats to vulnerable Congolese groups
Published in: Home: OpinionRemembering the Holocaust must prompt us to challenge today’s human rights abuses
An independent tribunal’s finding of genocide in China is a reminder that the promise of ‘never again’ has yet to be...
Published in: 50.50: OpinionWhat does justice mean for Indigenous survivors of genocide in Canada?
The discovery of yet more graves of Indigenous children taken by the government for forcible assimilation has – at...
BBC’s documentary on the Iraq war overlooks genocide
BBC’s documentary 'Once upon a Time in Iraq' ignores the decimation of the Christian and Yazidi communities.
Published in: Home: OpinionMyanmar, genocide and human rights: the atrocities our world allows
Today, the world is supposed to remember the victims of genocide. Tomorrow, Aung San Suu Kyi will confront the...
International community neglects to act on Yazidi genocide
Mass murder, rape, slavery, and kidnapping; the situation for the Yazidi community is dire and the international...
The Armenian Genocide and the law
The law, in particular the Law of Abandoned Properties, became the Ottoman Empire's most important tool during the...
Published in: oDRWaiting for the word in Armenia
The WW1 massacre of more than a million Armenians by Ottoman Turks remains a source of great contention, writes Ara...