Daily Archives: Monday, July 4, 2016

One Year Photographing the Lives of Migrants

Jamiya VocApp: (Empower) Hacking Refugee Language Learning in Amsterdam

What does a University in Exile look like in the 21st century?

Let’s Avoid Politicizing the Genocide Against Yazidis

Justice in Conflict

yazidi-refugees Yazidi refugees present United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees Special Envoy Angelina Jolie with a banner as she arrived at a refugee camp in southern Turkey (Photo: Umit Bektas / Reuters)

There is no doubt that genocidal acts have been perpetrated against the Yazidi people by the Islamic State (ISIS). A recent report by United Nations Commission of Inquiry on Syria has given credence to political declarations in the United States, European Union, United Kingdom, and elsewhere that ISIS is waging a campaign to exterminate the Yazidis. ISIS’s particular brand of violent and radical Islam is unambivalent in its zeal to destroy groups that stand in its way of building an Islamic caliphate. Not only has ISIS committed unspeakable atrocities against Yazidi people, but it has clearly articulated its intent to exterminate them. But not every way of recognizing a genocide is equally appropriate. Over the last week, Canada witnessed…

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Daily News and Updates on Refugee and Forced Migration Studies 07/04/2016

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Daily News and Updates from ReliefWeb 07/04/2016

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