Government says it is committed to supporting the rights of ethnic and religious minorities in Iraq and are supporting the development of inclusive and representative reconciliation processes; and responds to questions about justice for the victims of Daesh genocide and violence.

Government says it is committed to supporting the rights of ethnic and religious minorities in Iraq and are supporting the development of inclusive and representative reconciliation processes; and responds to questions about justice for the victims of Daesh genocide and violence.

Government says it is committed to supporting the rights of ethnic and religious minorities in Iraq and are supporting the development of inclusive and representative reconciliation processes; and responds to questions about justice for the victims of Daesh genocide...

Government fails to answer when asked what assessment they have made of reports that the decline in birth-rates among the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region’s ethnic minority communities may indicate the promotion of a coercive birth-prevention strategy targeted at ethnoreligious minority groups; and whether any such targeted coercive policy would require the UK Government to consider their obligations, as a signatory to the 1948 Convention on the Crime of Genocide, to prevent, protect, and hold to account perpetrators.

Government fails to answer when asked what assessment they have made of reports that the decline in birth-rates among the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region’s ethnic minority communities may indicate the promotion of a coercive birth-prevention strategy targeted at ethnoreligious minority groups; and whether any such targeted coercive policy would require the UK Government to consider their obligations, as a signatory to the 1948 Convention on the Crime of Genocide, to prevent, protect, and hold to account perpetrators.

Government fails to answer when asked what assessment they have made of reports that the decline in birth-rates among the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region’s ethnic minority communities may indicate the promotion of a coercive birth-prevention strategy targeted at...

Speaking today at an international webinar about the mass atrocities committed in Nigeria, David Alton said that the word “genocide” should never be used lightly but that it was irresponsible to ignore the signs of genocide and  to challenge the dangerous and self serving suggestion that by remaining silent would contribute to the resolution of the conflict and that by attributing the massacres and killings to other motives was wilful blindness.

Speaking today at an international webinar about the mass atrocities committed in Nigeria, David Alton said that the word “genocide” should never be used lightly but that it was irresponsible to ignore the signs of genocide and  to challenge the dangerous and self serving suggestion that by remaining silent would contribute to the resolution of the conflict and that by attributing the massacres and killings to other motives was wilful blindness.

Speaking today at an international webinar about the mass atrocities committed in Nigeria, David Alton said that the word "genocide" should never be used lightly but that it was...

Coalition for Genocide Response launches “40 Minutes on Human Rights with…”this, week,with the Bishop of Truro, the Rt. Rev. Philip Mounstephen, who spoke on the issue of violations of the right to Freedom of Religion or Belief and the additional strain faced by those persecuted – Covid19.

Coalition for Genocide Response launches “40 Minutes on Human Rights with…”this, week,with the Bishop of Truro, the Rt. Rev. Philip Mounstephen, who spoke on the issue of violations of the right to Freedom of Religion or Belief and the additional strain faced by those persecuted – Covid19.

Earlier today, together with the co-founders of the Coalition for Genocide Response, Luke de Pulford and Ewelina Ochab, I launched a new webinar series '40 Minutes on Human Rights with...'  The short webinar series focuses on some of the contemporary issues...

International Scandal As Escaping Christians Continue To Suffer -Ijaz Paras Masih died in Detention Centre. Read report on”The United Nations: Missing In Action.” Also – Celebration in Parliament of the 126th Birthday of Dr.Babasaheb Ambedkar and the campaign to Make Caste History.

International Scandal As Escaping Christians Continue To Suffer   Thailand’s Government and the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) in Bangkok have been accused of “negligence” after a Pakistani Christian asylum seeker died in a detention centre last month.  ...

The Truro Report

The Truro Report

https://youtu.be/49hJQtJHA38 A year ago the Bishop of Truro’s Report into the persecution of 250 million Christians world-wide  said of Nigeria: “Reports consistently showed that in Nigeria, month after month, on average hundreds of Christians were being killed...

Lord David Alton

For 18 years David Alton was a Member of the House of Commons and today he is an Independent Crossbench Life Peer in the UK House of Lords.

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HART – the Humanitarian Aid Relief Trust – have today released a YouTube discussion between Baroness (Caroline) Cox and Nigeria’s Hassan John. It shines a light on the terrible atrocity crimes being committed in Northern Nigeria and in the Middle Belt.

Baroness (Caroline) Cox Humanitarian Aid Relief Trust HART organised a live Zoom call and discussion with their in-country partner, Reverend Hassan John, in order to provide an update on the situation in Nigeria. It was well attended and appreciated. Here is the link...