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From the Balkans to Syria: The Dilemmas of Humanitarian Intervention - 4th November
Be our next backer! Fund MIGS' Digital Mass Atrocity Prevention Lab on Crowdrise
"Advancing social justice at Concordia"
In this video by Jonah Aspler, a graduate of the Department of Journalism, Concordia’s human rights and social justice experts, including Frank Chalk and Kyle Matthews, discuss how their projects aim to improve social justice
"In confronting genocide, Canada puts Raoul Wallenberg's legacy into practice" Kyle Matthews, Canada International Council
"REKOM" cites the research of MIGS' Assistant Director Prof. Max Bergholz in its most recent official statement to commemorate the International Day of Missing Persons
Ahead of MIGS’ Raoul Wallenberg events across North America, Assistant to the Director Marie Lamensch published an article in the Huffington Post Quebec titled “Raoul Wallenberg: l'héritage d'un héros”
Max Bergholz: “‘As If Nothing Ever Happened:’ Massacres, Missing Corpses, and Silence in a Bosnian Community.” In Élisabett Anstett and Jean-Marc Dreyfus, eds., Destruction and Human Remains. Disposal and Concealment in Genocide and Mass Violence.
Kyle Matthews “Why ISIS is the greatest threat to global stability” – CJAD Barry Morgan Show
Also on CBC Ontario Morning (sept 4)
Kyle Matthews: “Stop Islamic State now, before it’s too late” - The Gazette
Kyle Matthews: “Carving
out a Caliphate” - CTV National
for Truth in Guatemala” Canadian International Council
Kyle Matthews sat down with Mutsumi
Takahashi at CTV Montreal to discuss the
rise of the Islamic State.
Kyle Matthews discusses the situation in Iraq and threats posed by ISIS - Global TV Montreal.
Transatlantic Dialog on R2P: Kyle Matthews on "R2P in Libya, why not Syria"
Video: Highlights of MIGS' Professional Training Program on the Prevention of Mass Atrocities. Watch it here.
MIGS gratefully acknowledges the support of : Concordia University, James Stanford, The Simons Foundation, The Dym Family Foundation, Bram Steinberg, The Tauben Foundation, Annie Tobias, The Nexus Fund and the Swedish Institute