Past Events

Cape Town, South Africa

Organized By : The Institute for Justice and Reconciliation

By the Institute for Justice and Reconciliation

Following the many stories of sexual harrassment and assault by women, LGBTIQIA+ and other marginalised persons and genders, cis-men in particular have responded defensively in an attempt to delegitimise and police the discussion. During this event, frank and open conversations will centre around the following question: How do we reimagine and collectively re-engineer a national consciousness that is characterised by accountability, justice and the full realisation of another’s humanity?

Boca Raton, Florida

Join the South Florida community in commemoration of the Museum’s 25th Anniversary, where we will hear from Benjamin B. Ferencz, the last living prosecutor from the Nuremburg trials. He will speak about his lifelong pursuit of "law not war" and discuss the Ferencz International Justice Initiative he has established at the Museum. The event will be emceed by Rick Folbaum, anchor of CBS4 Miami's evening newscasts, who has previously interviewed Mr. Ferencz. At this milestone event, join Chair Julie Peyton Stein in honoring all previous South Florida Luncheon Chairs.

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U.S. Institute of Peace, 2301 Constitution Avenue, Washington, D.C.

Organized By : United States Institute of Peace

In 2017, a half-million Rohingya fled attacks on their homes in Burma. Eight million face starvation amid Yemen’s war. Atrocities against civilians continue in Syria, South Sudan and elsewhere. What lessons did we learn from the Holocaust – if any? And how can we strengthen norms and institutions to prevent future atrocities more effectively? Join USIP on January 30 for a discussion on the state of atrocity prevention with leading experts, including GAAMAC Chair Ms. Mǒ Bleeker.

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Southwest Washington, D.C.

Organized By : United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

“A memorial unresponsive to the future would violate the memory of the past,” wrote Museum Founding Chairman Elie Wiesel. Since its creation 25 years ago, the Museum has sought to be a voice for the victims of genocide today that the Jews of Europe did not have in the 1930s and ’40s. Join us to learn more about this critical aspect of the Museum’s mission and its recent work to bring attention to the plight of victims fleeing atrocities committed by ISIS in northern Iraq and the Assad regime in Syria.

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Cincinnati, Ohio

Zahava was born in Poland in 1941. As a young child, she survived WWII hiding in an underground bunker, living with an unknown Polish woman under a false identity and later being placed in a convent. After the war, she was reunited with her parents. Come hear Zahava’s remarkable story.

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