Bangladesh Genocide and Justice
Dhaka, 19-21 May 2017
Our new GAAMAC partner, the Liberation War Museum in Bangladesh, has organized its 5th International Conference on ‘Bangladesh Genocide and Justice’ on 19-21 May 2017.
GAAMAC was part of that meeting, participating in a roundtable on 21 May entitled “How can dealing with the past contribute to prevent the recurrence of atrocities: What can and should we do?”
The roundtable has been live-streamed and can now be watched on the following Youtube Channel:
Experts from around the world in the roundtable were:
Sabrina Büchler of the GAAMAC Steering Group participated online, representing GAAMAC, on behalf of the Steering Group Chair, Mô Bleeker
Chhay Visoth, Director, Tuol Sleng Museum – to discuss and describe the application of DwP for atrocity prevention in the national experience of Cambodia
Hafid Abbas, Commissioner, National Commission on Human Rights, Indonesia- to discuss on relevant experiences of Indonesia’s recovery from its multidimensional crises in 1998 to return to normal condition in early 2004.
Mofidul Hoque, Co-founder and Trustee, Liberation War Museum – to discuss and describe the application of DwP for atrocity prevention in the national experience of Bangladesh
Alex Hinton, Professor and Director of the Center for the Study of Genocide and Human Rights, Rutgers University, Newark – to examine the link between human rights as a mechanism for atrocity prevention