Organized By : International Coalition of Sites of Conscience (ICSC)

Maison des Esclaves, Africa's first World Heritage Site, is re-opening with revitalized buildings and exhibitions. Participants will share the project, including the development of new content balanced with the vital nature of a site of memory and the ways in which contemporary artists contribute to dialogue about the past, helping to create new futures.

This event is part of the Conscience Matters Webinar Series, which brings together members, Coalition staff and special guests to probe pressing issues facing Sites of Conscience today and showcase innovative and effective strategies to help members energize their audiences and play a leading role in our global movement for memory.

Online on Thursday, June 16th at 10 am EST

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Washington, DC and online

Join the Alliance for Peacebuilding and the Institute for Economics & Peace (IEP) for the public launch of IEP's 2022 Global Peace Index (GPI)—the world’s leading measure of global peacefulness.

The launch will feature a dynamic, high-level panel to explore the compounding effects of conflict, COVID, and climate change and rising instability globally. The conversation will also dive into the importance of peacebuilding and conflict prevention programming to address these challenges and build sustainable peace, based on the GPI’s data-driven analysis of trends in peace. 

This event will be hybrid and take place at AfP's offices: 1800 Massachusetts Ave NW, Suite 401, Washington, DC 20036, on Wednesday, 15 June at 10AM (ET).

Only a limited number of attendees will be able to attend in-person. 

If you would like to do so, please email Nick Zuroski

Register to attend virtually here.



RightsCon is the world’s leading summit on human rights in the digital age. Every year, it brings together speakers from a range of sectors and around the world. 

The program supports many topics of continued importance, including data protection, artificial intelligence, privacy and surveillance, content governance, digital security, connectivity, business and labor practices, and cyber norms.

This year, The Montreal Institute for Genocide and Human Rights Studies (MIGS), a GAAMAC's partner, will host the panel discussion "Building a Global Digital Authoritarianism Index". 

The event will be entirely online, from 6 to 10 June, 2022. Registration closes on 3 June.

More information and registration here.


Organized By : FXB Center for Health and Human Rights, Harvard School of Public Health

We’ve all seen the perils of disinformation. So, how do we combat it? This panel will explore concrete proposals for dismantling disinformation in communities, on social media, and through public policy and regulation. We’ll bring together experts from multiple fields — including communication, education, behavioral psychology, and First Amendment law — to tackle an issue that could well shape the future of public health. This is a conversation about solutions and the role each of us can play in limiting the impact of false content. Email your questions to .

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Organized By : Montreal Institute for Genocide and Human Rights Studies

Since the outbreak of the armed conflict in Ethiopia in November 2020, millions of people have been internally displaced in Tigray and tens of thousands have crossed the border into neighbouring countries. The war, which pits forces aligned with Ethiopia’s federal government against those affiliated with Tigray’s regional government led by the Tigray People’s Liberation Front, has gone largely underreported, despite accusations of war crimes and crimes against humanity by international organization such as Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch.

From extrajudicial executions, mass arrests and acts of sexual violence to widespread pillage and looting, Tigrayans are being targeted in a campaign of ethnic cleansing. The war in Ukraine will further exacerbate humanitarian crisis as food insecurity worsen in the Horn of Africa.

The Montreal Institute of Genocide and Human Rights Studies (Concordia University), Security and Justice for Tigrayans Canada (SJT Canada) and World Beyond War are hosting a virtual discussion to shine light on the ongoing crisis occurring in Tigray.

The event will be livestreamed on MIGS' Facebook and YouTube pages. A direct link will be sent to attendees a few days in advance.

Online, 1 June 2022, 12:15 PM to 1:15 PM (EST)

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