Canadians respond to where and how government spending for the Responsibility to Protect civilians at home and abroad: GPG and Irwin Cotler convene in a round-table in Parliament with survivors of Burundi, Rwanda, Syria alongside parliamentarians, veterans, and UN experts in Canada’s role in Conflict Transformative approaches.

On Tuesday March 21, 2017, the All-Party Parliamentary Group for the Prevention of Genocide and other Crimes Against Humanity (GPG) hosted its first major public event of the year on Parliament Hill from in Centre Block. The event, titled Canada’s Role in Conflict Transformation in Understanding Genocide Prevention and other Crimes Against Humanity – Cases […]

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March Event : Canada’s Role in Conflict Transformation in the Prevention of Genocide and Crimes Against Humanity Cases including Syria and Central African Republic

Canada’s All-Party Parliamentary Group for the Prevention of Genocide and Other Crimes Against Humanity (GPG), chaired by MP Ali Ehsassi, is having its first major event of the year, open to the public located in Centre Block, Parliament Hill from 9am to 12pm on March 21st.  We are humbled to present this unique opportunity to listen […]

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