GAAMAC Events

Events organised by
International Association of Genocide Scholars

Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Organized By : International Association of Genocide Scholars

Under the theme of "The Missing Picture": Rethinking Genocide Studies & Prevention, the International Association of Genocide Scholars will hold its 14th conference from 14 to 19 July 2019 on the campus of American University of Phnom Penh, Cambodia. See here for more details and to submit conference abstracts.


Brisbane, Australia

Organized By : International Association of Genocide Scholars

By the International Association of Genocide Scholars

09- 11 July 2017

Nearly seven decades after the United Nations General Assembly adopted the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide, the hopes embedded in that document remain largely unfulfilled. The theme of the 2017 IAGS conference revisits the two core components of the Convention: justice for acts of genocide, and prevention of future genocides.

While the conference theme will concentrate on these twin themes of justice and prevention, the 2017 IAGS conference is open to any whose work connects with the study of genocide. We aim to bring together scholars, activists, artists and survivors to examine genocidal violence from a wide range of disciplines and approaches.

For more information, click here


Yerevan, Armenia

Organized By : International Association of Genocide Scholars

By the International Association of Genocide Scholars

8-12 July

The International Association of Genocide Scholars (IAGS) will hold its 12th Conference in Yerevan, Armenia, on 8-12 July 2015, hosted by the Armenian Genocide Museum & Institute.

The conference theme is “Comparative Analysis of 20th Century Genocides." 

2015 is an important year for all Armenians worldwide in terms of commemoration of the centennial of the beginning of the Armenian genocide. The Armenian genocide is sometimes considered as the first genocide of the 20th century and in many ways served as a template for subsequent genocidal crimes. 2015 is also is the year of 70th anniversary of the end of WWII and the Holocaust. Therefore, it is a significant time to analyze both crimes and all genocides of the 20th century in global and comparative perspectives.

For more information, visit the IAGS site.

 


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