Simon-Skjodt Center for the Prevention of Genocide

Simon-Skjodt Center for the Prevention of Genocide The US Holocaust Memorial Museum's Simon-Skjodt Center for the Prevention of Genocide is dedicated to stimulating timely global action to #PreventGenocide.
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The Simon-Skjodt Center for the Prevention of Genocide is dedicated to stimulating timely global action to prevent genocide and to catalyze an international response when it occurs. Our goal is to make the prevention of genocide a core foreign policy priority for leaders around the world through a multipronged program of research, education, and public outreach.

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In a guest post, Lord David Alton discusses international justice mechanisms to hold China accountable for atrocities co...
12/22/2020
Failure is Not an Option

In a guest post, Lord David Alton discusses international justice mechanisms to hold China accountable for atrocities committed against the #Uyghur community, and the urgent support needed for victims and survivors.

The International Community Must Respond to Atrocities Against the Uyghurs

12/17/2020
Virtual Exhibit Tour and Discussion: Burma’s Path to Genocide

Watch a September 2020 program with UUSC: Unitarian Universalist Service Committee featuring Simon-Skjodt Center staff discussing the genocide being committed against the #Rohingya. Center staff and partners share our new online exhibition, #Burma’s Path to Genocide, which explores how the Rohingya went from citizens to outsiders—and became targets of a sustained campaign of genocide.

Panel:
Andrea Gittleman, Senior Program Manager, Simon-Skjodt Center for the Prevention of Genocide, US Holocaust Memorial Museum
Greg Constantine, Photographer and Curator of “Burma’s Path to Genocide”
Wai Wai Nu, Simon-Skjodt Center Fellow and Director of Women’s Peace Network
David Angeles, UUSC Senior Partnership Officer for Crisis Response

12/17/2020
Virtual Exhibit Tour and Discussion: Burma’s Path to Genocide

Watch a September 2020 program with UUSC: Unitarian Universalist Service Committee featuring Simon-Skjodt Center staff discussing the genocide being committed against the #Rohingya. Center staff and partners share our new online exhibition, #Burma’s Path to Genocide, which explores how the Rohingya went from citizens to outsiders—and became targets of a sustained campaign of genocide.

Panel:
Andrea Gittleman, Senior Program Manager, Simon-Skjodt Center for the Prevention of Genocide, US Holocaust Memorial Museum
Greg Constantine, Photographer and Curator of “Burma’s Path to Genocide”
Wai Wai Nu, Simon-Skjodt Center Fellow and Director of Women’s Peace Network
David Angeles, UUSC Senior Partnership Officer for Crisis Response

25 years ago today, the Dayton Accords were signed, a peace agreement signaling an end to the Bosnian civil war. Learn m...
12/14/2020
Bosnia and Herzegovina, 1992–1995

25 years ago today, the Dayton Accords were signed, a peace agreement signaling an end to the Bosnian civil war. Learn more about the conflict and the genocide at Srebrenica where Bosnian Serb forces killed as many as 8,000 Bosnian Muslim men and boys.

The creation of an independent Bosnian nation that would have a Bosniak majority was opposed by Bosnian Serbs, who launched a military campaign to secure coveted territory and “cleanse” Bosnia of its Muslim civilian population.

12/11/2020
Wai Wai Nu

It has been one year since the start of a case at the International Court of Justice that explores whether Burma has committed genocide against the Rohingya. Simon-Skjodt Center for the Prevention of Genocide fellow and Rohingya activist Wai Wai Nu ဝေဝေနု describes the ongoing risk of genocide her community faces.

On this day in 1948, the UN approved the Genocide Convention, a written agreement that established genocide as an intern...
12/09/2020
What is Genocide?

On this day in 1948, the UN approved the Genocide Convention, a written agreement that established genocide as an international crime and obligated nations that signed onto the agreement to "prevent and punish" this crime. What exactly is genocide? ​​Learn ​more:

Genocide as a term did not exist before 1944. Learn about its origins and legal definition.

Civilians in Ethiopia are at grave risk of mass atrocities as the crisis in Tigray enters a new stage. Hilary Matfess of...
12/03/2020
Government in Ethiopia Claims Victory, But Risks to Civilians Persist

Civilians in Ethiopia are at grave risk of mass atrocities as the crisis in Tigray enters a new stage. Hilary Matfess of United States Institute of Peace and CSIS Africa Program discusses the latest developments and the need to protect civilians and prevent further atrocities.

Fighting between government forces and the TPLF has killed an unknown number of civilians and displaced over 40,000 people.

"Where is my baby?" A Rohingya mother frantically searched for her daughter after surviving a massacre orchestrated by t...
12/03/2020
Safeguarding Life - Burma’s Path to Genocide - United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

"Where is my baby?" A Rohingya mother frantically searched for her daughter after surviving a massacre orchestrated by the Burmese military. Her harrowing experience still haunts her.

Two years ago, we declared this campaign of violence against the Rohingya a genocide. For decades the Rohingya—a Muslim minority in Burma—faced discrimination and persecution. Then the military escalated its violence against them. Learn about what happened to Harsa and her baby, and how she and her fellow Rohingya went from citizens to outcasts.

Sumida, Rabiya, and Harsa are three Rohingya women who saved the most vulnerable.

Which countries are most likely to see new mass killing in 2021? Help us forecast atrocity risk by participating in our ...
12/01/2020
Annual Survey on Countries at Risk for Mass Killing

Which countries are most likely to see new mass killing in 2021? Help us forecast atrocity risk by participating in our annual survey. All Our Ideas

Please participate in our survey to help us determine countries at risk for mass killing in 2021. The survey will run for one month, until December 31, 2020.

Today is the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. The Simon-Skjodt Center’s Meg O’Mahony ref...
11/25/2020
Women’s Experiences of Genocide

Today is the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. The Simon-Skjodt Center’s Meg O’Mahony reflects on how genocide affects women and the gendered experience of atrocities. #IDEVAW2020

Gender is fundamental to how genocide is experienced and documented, and how justice is achieved.

How does denying #Rohingya the rights to citizenship and to participate in public affairs put them at risk for genocide ...
11/20/2020
Denying Rights to Rohingya: Genocide Risk Factors in Burma

How does denying #Rohingya the rights to citizenship and to participate in public affairs put them at risk for genocide again? Our new report examines this connection and makes recommendations on how to mitigate this risk.

This report examines how Burma can uphold its obligations to prevent genocide. It looks at rights to citizenship and participation in public affairs.

Museum Closing On November 23
11/20/2020
Museum Closing On November 23

Museum Closing On November 23

The health and safety of our visitors, staff, and volunteers are our highest priority. Due to spread of coronavirus, the Museum will be closed to the public beginning Nov. 23.

Dozens, and possibly hundreds, of civilians were hacked to death on November 9 by government and TPLF forces in #Ethiopi...
11/19/2020
Urgent Action Needed to Prevent Further Mass Atrocities in Ethiopia

Dozens, and possibly hundreds, of civilians were hacked to death on November 9 by government and TPLF forces in #Ethiopia’s #Tigray region. Civilians are at risk of further mass atrocities if the conflict continues to escalate.

Ethiopian civilians are at risk in the country's two-week-old conflict, where government and TPLF forces have already killed hundreds.

11/18/2020
Ben Ferencz

At age 27, with no prior trial experience, Ben Ferencz prosecuted what was then called “the biggest murder trial in history.” Bringing Nazis to justice in the Nuremberg trials, which began 75 years ago this month, shaped the course of his life. Watch the last living Nuremberg war crimes prosecutor live on Facebook today at 10:30 a.m. ET.

"I wish no human being to go through this. It’s cruel. It’s harrowing. It’s painful. It’s agonizing.” —Mamatjan Juma"Nev...
11/17/2020
Abducted by the Chinese Government: The Family Members Who Vanished Overnight

"I wish no human being to go through this. It’s cruel. It’s harrowing. It’s painful. It’s agonizing.” —Mamatjan Juma

"Never Again is happening in front of our eyes. If we don’t act now the only voice left to speak will be a voice of regret.” —Rushan Abbas

“When I was informed about my father’s detention, the first thing I had to do is tell the world what happened. But I cannot only talk about my father’s story because this happened to millions of Uyghurs. I have to be the voice of voiceless Uyghurs.” —Bahram K. Sintash

Hear from three #Uyghur activists whose family members vanished overnight as the Chinese government escalated persecution of its citizens.

Days after activist Rushan Abbas spoke publicly for the first time about the disappearance of her husband’s entire family in China, her…

As #Ethiopia's crisis escalates, Amnesty International reports that possibly hundreds of civilians were massacred in Tig...
11/13/2020
Ethiopia: Investigation reveals evidence that scores of civilians were killed in massacre in Tigray state

As #Ethiopia's crisis escalates, Amnesty International reports that possibly hundreds of civilians were massacred in Tigray state earlier this week. There have been reports of human rights violations and targeted attacks on civilians across the country.

Amnesty International confirms the brutal massacre of possibly hundreds of civilians in Mai-Kadra in Ethiopia's western Tigray state. The organization gathered testimonies, and its Crisis Evidence Lab verified images and video from the scene, geolocated the site and corroborated injury images with a...

11/13/2020
Wai Wai Nu on Burma's Elections

"Elections that disenfranchise genocide survivors on the basis of their identity cannot be considered as a succes." Simon-Skjodt Center fellow Wai Wai Nu ဝေဝေနု weighs in on recent elections in #Burma.

11/12/2020
Senator Todd Young

Senator Todd Young reminds us that the rights our nation was founded to protect are the rights of all human beings, not just Americans. Yet today in #Syria they are being grossly violated. Our shared values on human rights and work to secure these rights must extend beyond our borders.

#Rohingya genocide survivors told us their stories. We let them know their messages are being heard around the world.
11/09/2020
Rohingya Join Virtual Launch of New Burma Exhibition

#Rohingya genocide survivors told us their stories. We let them know their messages are being heard around the world.

“Burma’s Path to Genocide” traces how the Rohingya went from citizens to outsiders to victims of genocide.

11/05/2020
Threats to Civilians in Syria

Right now in #Syria civilians face renewed threats of violence, a fragile ceasefire, and rampant COVID19. Congressman Brendan Boyle emphasizes that 10 years in the crisis is getting worse and the plight of the Syrian people is evidence that we have failed to uphold the pledge of “Never Again.”

What is happening with #Burma's November 2020 elections? How do they affect the Rohingya, a community of genocide surviv...
10/30/2020
Burma’s 2020 Elections and Implications for Future Atrocity Risk

What is happening with #Burma's November 2020 elections? How do they affect the Rohingya, a community of genocide survivors? Our Q&A and new brief look at the issues, what is at stake, how responses to the election could impact risks for future atrocities, and what can be done to prevent these crimes.

The elections could solidify marginalization of the Rohingya, keeping them at risk of mass atrocities, including genocide.

10/29/2020
Senator Ben Cardin’s on what “Never Again” should mean.

Despite a March ceasefire agreement, violence in Syria is on the rise in #Idlib. Civilians in Syria are dealing with the spread of COVID-19 amid a medical infrastructure decimated by the conflict. To prevent further atrocities we must heed Senator Ben Cardin’s words about what “Never Again” means.

A shocking attack in #Cameroon's Anglophone regions on Saturday has killed 7 schoolchildren and injured many more. This ...
10/26/2020
Seventh child dies as Cameroon reels from shooting attack on school

A shocking attack in #Cameroon's Anglophone regions on Saturday has killed 7 schoolchildren and injured many more. This latest episode of violence underscores the need to end Cameroon's Anglophone crisis and prevent further atrocities against civilians. #Kumba

A 12-year-old girl died on Sunday from wounds sustained when gunmen stormed a school in the South West Region of Cameroon on Saturday and opened fire on the children, taking the death toll to seven with 12 injured.

The COVID-19 pandemic is expected to have long-lasting consequences for nearly every aspect of civilization, including t...
10/21/2020
COVID-19 and the Dynamics of Mass Atrocities

The COVID-19 pandemic is expected to have long-lasting consequences for nearly every aspect of civilization, including the perpetration and prevention of mass atrocities. The Simon-Skjodt Center brought together scholars, practitioners, and civil society representatives to discuss possible effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on the dynamics of mass atrocities and atrocity prevention.

The Simon-Skjodt Center brought together experts to discuss possible effects of the pandemic on the dynamics of mass atrocities and atrocity prevention.

Protests against the Ethiopian government erupted in July after Ethiopian singer and activist Hachalu Hundeessaa was sho...
10/16/2020
Violence in the Wake of Musician’s Murder Indicates Risk of Atrocities

Protests against the Ethiopian government erupted in July after Ethiopian singer and activist Hachalu Hundeessaa was shot and killed in the capital, Addis Ababa, under unclear circumstances. State security forces responded with deadly violence, and the unrest continues to raise regional and ethnic tensions ahead of the delayed 2020 national elections.

Protests against the Ethiopian government erupted after Ethiopian singer and activist Hachalu Hundeessaa was shot and killed. State security forces responded with deadly violence.

New Early Warning Fellowship: we are seeking an #Indonesia expert to conduct a qualitative early warning assessment focu...
10/13/2020
Call for Applicants: Early Warning Project Fellowship on Indonesia

New Early Warning Fellowship: we are seeking an #Indonesia expert to conduct a qualitative early warning assessment focusing on risk for violence against civilians. Applications due November 16.

Simon-Skjodt Center for the Prevention of Genocide seeks fellow to assess risks of mass atrocities in Indonesia.

Reparations for atrocity crimes must be expanded beyond compensation. They should be an instrument of structural change ...
10/08/2020
The Path to Reparations for Victims of IS Crimes in Iraq

Reparations for atrocity crimes must be expanded beyond compensation. They should be an instrument of structural change to create a more just and fair society for victims and their communities. Our convening of experts with Nobody's Listening explores how.

The Simon-Skjodt Center held a briefing focused on reparations for victims and survivors of these crimes.

How has COVID-19 impacted efforts to prevent mass atrocities? The Simon-Skjodt Center and Refugees International brought...
10/08/2020
COVID-19 and Atrocity Prevention in Cameroon and South Sudan

How has COVID-19 impacted efforts to prevent mass atrocities? The Simon-Skjodt Center and Refugees International brought together experts from #Cameroon and #SouthSudan to discuss. Here are some key insights:

Nearly seven months since the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a global pandemic, we are witnessing the beginnings of its effects on mass atrocities.

Supervisors gave Venezuelan security forces a “green light to kill” civilians, according to a United Nations report rele...
10/01/2020
Crimes Against Humanity in Venezuela

Supervisors gave Venezuelan security forces a “green light to kill” civilians, according to a United Nations report released earlier this month. Learn more about crimes against humanity being committed in Venezuela.

High-level Venezuelan authorities, security forces, and intelligence agents participated in widespread and systematic attacks directed against civilians.

As Côte d’Ivoire nears election day on October 31, hate speech and violence continue to increase. Representative Dean Ph...
09/30/2020

As Côte d’Ivoire nears election day on October 31, hate speech and violence continue to increase. Representative Dean Phillips, joined by Representatives Karen Bass and Ted Yoho, introduced a resolution (H.Res. 1150) urging the Government of Côte d’Ivoire, opposition leaders, and all citizens to respect democratic principles, refrain from violence, and hold free, fair, transparent, and peaceful elections in October 2020.

The resolution reaffirms that the United States will continue to stand with the people of Côte d’Ivoire in support of peace, democracy, religious and ethnic tolerance, and stability.

The full text of H. Res. 1150 can be found here:https://www.congress.gov/116/bills/hres1150/BILLS-116hres1150ih.pdf

Women have historically experienced genocide differently than men. Gender is fundamental to how genocide is experienced ...
09/29/2020
Women’s Experiences of Genocide

Women have historically experienced genocide differently than men. Gender is fundamental to how genocide is experienced and documented, and how justice is achieved. Without this understanding, we limit our capacity to deliver our promise of “never again."

Gender is fundamental to how genocide is experienced and documented, and how justice is achieved.

Take a tour with curator Greg Constantine of our new online exhibit about the genocide of the Rohingya in Burma. In this...
09/22/2020
From Citizens to Outsiders: Burma’s Path to Genocide

Take a tour with curator Greg Constantine of our new online exhibit about the genocide of the Rohingya in Burma. In this program hosted by HIAS you will also hear from experts about the current situation in Burma and what you can do.

You can visit our new online exhibit, Burma's Path to Genocide, at https://exhibitions.ushmm.org/burmas-path-to-genocide.

Join HIAS for a virtual tour of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum’s new online exhibit “Burma’s Path to Genocide” with former political prisoner and Rohingya activist Wai Wai Nu; exhibit curator Greg Constantine; policy expert Andrea Gittleman; and advocate Hannah Weilbacher. Learn...

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09/18/2020
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"I wish no human being to go through this ... It's cruel. It's harrowing. It's painful. It's agonizing."

Mamatjan Juma does not know whether his brothers are alive. Three years ago, they were arrested by their own government because they are Uyghurs, a Muslim minority in China. As many as one million Uyghurs are thought to be held by the Chinese government.

The uncertainty is one of the worst aspects for Mamatjan. “We don't know when it's going to end, when we will have some information about our family members, and we don't even know if they're alive."

Rohingya survivors believe the Burmese military targeted some people because of their status within their communities. T...
09/10/2020
Generations Gone - Burma’s Path to Genocide - United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

Rohingya survivors believe the Burmese military targeted some people because of their status within their communities. Those singled out included teachers, religious leaders, business owners, and students.
Now families safeguard memories of their murdered relatives in the photos they keep on their cell phones.

၆။ မ်ိဳးဆက္မ်ား ေပ်ာက္ကြယ္သြားၿခင္း
ျမန္မာ့တပ္မေတာ္သည္ ရိုုဟင္ဂ်ာ လူမ်ိဴးစုုဝင္မ်ားကိုု သတ္ျဖတ္ရာတြင္ ၎လူမ်ိဳးထဲမွ အေရးပါေသာ ေက်ာင္း ဆရာ ပညာတတ္မ်ား၊ ဘာသာေရးေခါင္းေဆာင္မ်ား၊ စီးပြားေရးလုုပ္ငန္းရွင္မ်ားႏွင့္ ပညာတတ္ ေက်ာင္းသူ ေက်ာင္းသားမ်ားကိုု ပစ္မွတ္ထားသည္ဟုု အသက္ရွင္က်န္ရစ္သူ ရိုုဟင္ဂ်ာမ်ားက ယံုုၾကည္ထားၾကသည္။
လက္ရွိအခ်ိန္၌ မိသားစုဝင္မ်ားအေနျဖင့္ သတ္ျဖတ္ခံခဲ့ၾကရသည့္ မိမိတို႔၏ ေဆြမ်ိဳးသားခ်င္းမ်ားကို မိမိတို႔၏ လက္ကိုင္ဖုန္းမ်ားထဲ၌ သိမ္းဆည္းထားသည့္ ဓာတ္ပံုမ်ားျဖင့္သာလွ်င္ ေအာက္ေမ့သတိရႏိုင္ၾကေတာ့သည္။
(Zawgyi)

၆။ မျိုးဆက်များ ပျောက်ကွယ်သွားခြင်း
မြန်မာ့တပ်မတော်သည် ရိုဟင်ဂျာ လူမျိူးစုဝင်များကို သတ်ဖြတ်ရာတွင် ၎င်းလူမျိုးထဲမှ အရေးပါသော ကျောင်း ဆရာ ပညာတတ်များ၊ ဘာသာရေးခေါင်းဆောင်များ၊ စီးပွားရေးလုပ်ငန်းရှင်များနှင့် ပညာတတ် ကျောင်းသူ ကျောင်းသားများကို ပစ်မှတ်ထားသည်ဟု အသက်ရှင်ကျန်ရစ်သူ ရိုဟင်ဂျာများက ယုံကြည်ထားကြသည်။
လက်ရှိအချိန်၌ မိသားစုဝင်များအနေဖြင့် သတ်ဖြတ်ခံခဲ့ကြရသည့် မိမိတို့၏ ဆွေမျိုးသားချင်းများကို မိမိတို့၏ လက်ကိုင်ဖုန်းများထဲ၌ သိမ်းဆည်းထားသည့် ဓာတ်ပုံများဖြင့်သာလျှင် အောက်မေ့သတိရနိုင်ကြတော့သည်
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Rohingya families safeguard memories of their murdered relatives in the photos they keep on their cell phones.

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Happening now....Azerbaijan backed by Turkey has waged a war on Nagorno-Karabakh and dropping bombs on civilian targets. Based on the rhetoric from Aliyev and Erdogan, they want to continue the 1915 genocide of the Armenians. #StopAzerbaijaniAggression #StopTurkishAggression #aliyevisawarcriminal #erdoganisawarcriminal
As the Communications Director for the Sandra Bornstein Holocaust Center we are sharing this with you. In commemoration of Holocaust Remembrance Day 2020 and the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, and from within COVID-19 isolation, Judith Lynn Stillman, a filmmaker, composer and pianist, has created BENEATH A SILENT BLUE SKY. This Interfaith Holocaust Remembrance music video, with a talented cadre of singers, features Ms. Stillman's newly-composed poignant score. Brought to life by a diverse group of singers forming a virtual chamber choir, the words are based upon the writings of Holocaust survivor and Nobel laureate Elie Wiesel. BENEATH A SILENT BLUE SKY delivers a powerful message at this observant time of remembrance, of paying tribute, and of contemplating destruction and resistance. When live events are able to take place again look for our Masterworks Concerts at: https://judithlynnstillman.com For more information about the film email us at: [email protected]
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NEW DOCUMENTARY REVEALS A HIDDEN SHOAH STORY Please join us with a son of Holocaust survivors on a journey to trace his inherited trauma in The Presence of Their Absence. Armed with only scant clues, Fred Zaidman ventures into the unknown to tell his story for this first time. With helpers in Poland, Israel, and Germany, and an unusual source – a Baptist minister in Atlanta - Fred finds his roots in the ashes of the Shoah and reconstructs his future in our new Digital HD film on your cable platforms and VOD (ITunes, Amazon, Vudu, Vimeo). With gratitude and L'Shana Tovah! #thepresenceoftheirabsence.com;#virgilfilms; #childrenofsurvivors; #secondGenerationHolocaust; #genshoah; #Holocauststudies; #shoahlegacy; #survivorsoftheshoah; #Holocausteducation; #concentrationcampsurvivors; #Holocaustresearch; #Holocaustcommission; #Holocausteducators; #shoahremembrance; #childsurvivors; #Holocaustfilms; #genocideprevention
May people never be forced to flee their homeland again due to hatred and violence. https://youtu.be/3uAnZ3u5Ly0
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