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A world without genocide | Un monde sans génocide

By Charmaine Lee, Communications Co-Director of STAND Canada     Yasmin Ullah is a Rohingya woman and activist. She was born in the township of Buthidaung in Rakhine state before fleeing to Thailand in 1995 along with her parents. She remained a stateless refugee in Thailand until 2011 – when she migrated to Canada. Yasmin… Read More


By Iris Jungmin Seo, STAND Canada Blog Writer     We have committed ourselves to the principles of ‘never again!’, but history has been repeating itself in unfortunate ways. The Genocide Convention 1948, also known as the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide, was the first human rights treaty adopted by… Read More


By Carly Sikina, STAND Canada Blog Writer     Amal Madibbo is a Sudanese-born associate professor of sociology at the University of Calgary and recipient of the 2018 Embassy of Sudan in Canada Award. She has been an instrumental figure in strengthening the relationship between Canada and Sudan, with a focus specifically on education. She understands the… Read More


Written by Iris Jungmin Seo, Blog Writer According to UN Office for Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs’ Rohingya Refugee Crisis Report 2018 (https://www.unocha.org/rohingya-refugee-crisis), it has been estimated that 905,000+ Rohingya Muslim minorities have fled Myanmar and approximately 10,000+ people have been killed as a result of “ethnic cleansing”. Despite the continued atrocities, the alarming situation in… Read More