Is Bosnia on the brink again? This event, open to teachers and the public, features internationally-known speakers, fresh-takes on the conflict, and teaching strategies from award-winning educators. This free event is designed to inspire and equip you with the perspective, methodologies, and inspiration to empower your students not only to understand the potential crisis, but be able to take concrete actions to stop it​.

​The goal of the event is as follows:

- To provide a deeper understanding into the warning signs happening and how Bosnia is on the brink of another armed conflict and humanitarian crisis. 
- To present new insight as to why this crisis matters and what ordinary citizens and educators can do to help with their students.

Online, Sunday, 15 May from 1:00-2:30pm (EST)

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Organized By : Protection Approaches

“Democratic Education Needs Imagination” (DENI) is a global initiative led by the Auschwitz Institute for the Prevention of Genocide and Mass Atrocities (AIPG) and Protection Approaches (PA) that seeks to (re)imagine how school-based practices and policies can contribute to more respectful, inclusive, and resilient societies.

The launch event of the DENI initiative will feature discussion between some of the global education leaders who were part of the initiative, and who so richly shaped this report, including Olga Lúcia Zárate Mantilla (Ministry of Education, Colombia), Tuija Kasa (University of Helsinki, Finland), Vachararutai (Jan) Boontinand (Mahidol University, Thailand) and Fernande Raine (Got History, USA). 

The event will be held online on 12 May 2022, at 2PM UTC. Interpretation in English and Spanish will be available throughout the event.



Organized By : Montreal Institute for Genocide and Human Rights Studies

In this panel discussion by GAAMAC's partner, The Montreal Institute for Genocide and Human Rights Studies (MIGS), panelists invite students and other members of the Concordia community and beyond it to better understand the political, economic, and social dimensions of the war and the national and international responses it has provoked.

Join a conversation with historians from Concordia, the University of Victoria, and the New School of Social Research. Their comments will be followed by a discussion amongst panelists and a Q&A session with audience members.

The event will be held online on Wednesday May 11, 1-3 pm EDT. All are welcome!

Speakers and more information

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Organized By : Montreal Institute for Genocide and Human Rights Studies

AI and Human Rights

The Montreal Institute for Genocide and Human Rights Studies (MIGS), a partner of GAAMAC, will hold its annual Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Human Rights Forum from 25 to 29 April 2022. 

From surveillance and misinformation to facial recognition and foreign influence, advances in Artificial Intelligence have been rapid, raising questions about potential impacts on the rights of people around the globe. Join the AI and Human Rights Forum to hear from some of the world’s top experts on disinformation, online hate and freedom of speech, authoritarian tech, AI ethics and governance, and global cooperation.The event will be streamed live on YouTube, LinkedIn, and Facebook.

On 29 April at 11AM CEST, GAAMAC Chair and partners will discuss the challenges and possibilities of AI to fight hate speech & propaganda.

Full program and registration


Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has raised questions about the role and future of the United Nations. Established in the aftermath of World War II with a fundamental goal of securing peace, the UN now faces yet another conflict that continues to undermine public perceptions about its authority and legitimacy and challenge fundamental assumptions about the global order.

Join the Stimson Center for a panel discussion on the fundamental and far-reaching challenges the Ukraine crisis presents for the UN and what that might portend for global norms and order.

The event will take place online on Apr 26, 2022 at 09:30 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada) / 3:30PM CEST (Geneva).