This summer, in keeping with its objective of providing high-quality educational resources, the International Institute for Genocide and Human Rights Studies (A Division of the Zoryan Institute) launched a unique webinar series, presented by leading scholars in the field, covering conceptual themes and specific case studies.
Now it’s back!
The Genocide and Human Rights Webinar Series has returned for a Fall session beginning November 3rd and continues with Week Two: November 10th @ 2:00 PM EST:
Indigenous Peoples of Brazil: A Case for Genocide?
Scholar: Flávio de Leão Bastos Pereira
Indigenous nations in Brazil are facing worsening violations of their human rights such as invasions of their traditional lands which is a fundamental basis of their lives and cultures; fires that destroy biomes caused by invaders; state violence and government proposals that restrict their rights. Is it possible to identify a genocidal process?