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Joint NGO Open Letter of Concern on Mass Atrocities Committed Against the Hema in the Democratic Republic of Congo

February 10, 2022         The Mahoro Peace Association (MPA), representing the Congolese Banyamulenge diaspora community in the United States, the Crane Center for Mass Atrocity Prevention, Genocide Watch, Jewish World Watch, and Hero Women Rising condemn the brutal murders of over 60 mainly Hema internally displaced persons (IDPs) in Djugu Territory, Ituri … Read more Joint NGO Open Letter of Concern on Mass Atrocities Committed Against the Hema in the Democratic Republic of Congo

Joint NGO Open Letter of Concern to Governments on Mass Atrocities Committed Against the Banyamulenge in the Democratic Republic of Congo

December 22, 2021 We, the undersigned representative organization of the Banyamulenge diaspora community alongside international humanitarian partner institutions, firmly condemn the atrocious killing of Major Kaminzobe Joseph in the territory of Fizi, South Kivu Province in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). On December 9, 2021, Major Kaminzobe, a member of the Congolese armed forces … Read more Joint NGO Open Letter of Concern to Governments on Mass Atrocities Committed Against the Banyamulenge in the Democratic Republic of Congo

Indigenous Children Remains Force Canada to Reconsider Its Treatment of the Indigenous Population

On May 27, the Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc First Nation reported finding the remains of 215 children at the Kamloops Indian Residential School in Kamploops, British Columbia. Originally constructed to force Indigenous children to assimilate into Western-centric, white culture, the Canadian residential school system idea pulled children from their homes, subjecting them to physical, emotional and … Read more Indigenous Children Remains Force Canada to Reconsider Its Treatment of the Indigenous Population

From the CEO: Coup in Myanmar

In light of the recent news from Myanmar, it falls upon those of us who lead organizations dedicated to human rights to speak out. In the early hours of 1 February, 2021, members of Myanmar’s military, the Tatmadaw, detained President Win Myint, State Counselor Aung San Suu Kyi, and members of the National League for … Read more From the CEO: Coup in Myanmar


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