June 2011 Archives

Institute on Human Rights Education and Advocacy
July 18 - July 22, 2011
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Twin Cities,West Bank
Cost: $75

The Human Rights Program of the University of Minnesota is holding the institute to introduce participants to the theory and practice of international human rights in the world today.

At Opening of Cambodia War Crimes Trial, Anger, Doubt and Suspicion Linger
Time Magazine article on the trial.

The truth about the Khmer Rouge is too big for one court case
Opinion piece written by Cambodian journalist and genocide survivor, Thet Sambath filmmaker of Enemies of the People.

Khmer Rouge Defendant Challenges Genocide Tribunal
Defendants claim they have already been convicted and pardoned.

Eva Schloss: Anne Frank's step-sister remembers the Holocaust
Short video clip featuring Eva Schloss talking about her experiences during the Holocaust.

Cambodia Teaches New Generation About Khmer Rouge Atrocities
A video report produced by University of California, Berkeley's School of Journalism students Jake Schoneker and Mark Oltmanns on PBS News Hour.

Eichmann on Trial
Exhibition on the Eichmann trial now on display at the Mémorial de la Shoah in Paris.

A New Approach to the Holocaust
Timothy Snyder, Professor of History at Yale and currently a fellow at the Institute for Human Sciences in Vienna reviews four new books on the Holocaust in the June issue of the New York Review of Books.

"We're in America Now" A Visual Memoir
Wednesday, June 22, 7:30pm
St. Paul JCC
Free and open to the community

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