the most serious crime against humanity, has left a bitter trail and is ongoing. We must remember and understand to overcome and prevent it.
Oct 7 – Oct 9, 2016
515 W Hastings Street, Vancouver
Conference on Genocide
Genocide: The politics of denial, forgetting and the work of memory
Organized by South Asian Network for Secularism and Democracy (SANSAD) in partnership with the Institute for the Humanities, Simon Fraser University and with the support of Dr. Hari Sharma Foundation, Dean of Arts and Social Sciences SFU and Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies (GSWS) SFU (Maggie Benston Lecture Series). Cosponsored by Radical Desi Collective, Committee of Progressive Pakistani Canadians (CPPC), Canada-Philippines Solidarity for Human Rights (CPSHR), Canada Palestine Association (CPA), International League of People’s Struggles (ILPS) Canada, Seriously Free Speech Committee, Canada Palestine Network, South Asian Film Education Society (SAFES), Amnesty Richmond Group 92, Independent Jewish Voices, Department of Sociology Langara College, School for International Studies SFU, and Department of History SFU. Asian Studies UBC. VanCity.
Dr. Chinmoy Banerjee, President, SANSAD Tel: (604) 421-6752, Email: email@example.com
Anis Rahman, Secretary, SANSAD
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Network for Secularism and Democracy