what ıs GENoCIDE

Crime of genocide was codified for the first time in the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide dated 9 December 1948. As the first human rights treaty adopted by the UN General Assembly, the Convention signified the international community’s commitment to ‘never again’ after the atrocities committed during the Second World War.

holocaust

Holocaust/Shoah was the systematic, state-sponsored persecution and murder of approximately 11 million people by the Nazi regime in Germany and its collaborators during the Second World War.

CAmbodıa

As a result of the Khmer Rouge regime’s brutal actions, the country mentioned above came to be known as “Killing Fields”, and at least 1.7 million people lost their lives.

RWANDA

The wave of violence that lasted for 100 days came to an end when the RPF entered the capital city Kigali on July 4, 1994, and the “brain cadre” that took part in the genocide started to flee to the Democratic Republic of Congo. Thus, the 100-day genocide officially ended, but it cost the lives of approximately one million Tutsis.

srebrenıca

The Bosnian Serb forces carried out the biggest massacre of the Bosnian War in the city of Srebrenica in Bosnia and Herzegovina, which was declared a “safe zone” by the UN Security Council resolution 819/1993, in July 1995.

what ıs genocıde

Crime of genocide was codified for the first time in the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide dated 9 December 1948. As the first human rights treaty adopted by the UN General Assembly, the Convention signified the international community’s commitment to ‘never again’ after the atrocities committed during the Second World War.

HOLOCAUST

Holocaust/Shoah was the systematic, state-sponsored persecution and murder of approximately 11 million people by the Nazi regime in Germany and its collaborators during the Second World War.

CAMBODIA

As a result of the Khmer Rouge regime’s brutal actions, the country mentioned above came to be known as “Killing Fields”, and at least 1.7 million people lost their lives.

RWANDA

The wave of violence that lasted for 100 days came to an end when the RPF entered the capital city Kigali on July 4, 1994, and the “brain cadre” that took part in the genocide started to flee to the Democratic Republic of Congo. Thus, the 100-day genocide officially ended, but it cost the lives of approximately one million Tutsis.

SREBRENICA

The Bosnian Serb forces carried out the biggest massacre of the Bosnian War in the city of Srebrenica in Bosnia and Herzegovina, which was declared a “safe zone” by the UN Security Council resolution 819/1993, in July 1995.

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