International Conference on Protection and Accountability in Burma
8-9 Feb 2019, Columbia University, Barnard Hall
Come hear renowned scholars of genocide, post-colonial studies, and law, global activists, UN officials, & political leaders, as well as Myanmar’s victims of what UN calls “gravest crimes in international law” (genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes). See the full program (draft) here.
This conference is designed to call world’s attention to and educate the international public at large about the twofold need for protection and accountability which Rohingya genocide survivors and other ethnic and religious minorities such as Kachin, Shan, Karen, Myanmar Muslims, etc. demand and deserve.
Those arriving late must wait to be seated and may forfeit their ticket to waitlisted individuals.
Please contact ColumbiaBurmaConference@gmail.com for questions, comments and inquiries related to the conference.
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