In the context of the EGAM initiative “Genocide against the Tutsis: the truth, right now!”, the EGAM delegation took part, on April 7th, 2016, at Kigali, in the commemorations of the genocide against the Tutsis in Rwanda, that led to more than one million victims between April and July 1994.
The delegation formed by EGAM gathers together the young members of associations, political parties and unions from Europe, France and Rwanda as well as, for the first time, members of National and European Parliament.
This delegation of political representatives and civil society aims to pay tribute to the victims of the genocide, to ensure a certain representation of France and to pursue the work urging the recognition of the responsibility of some then high placed former officials within the French State, particularly in their collaboration with the genocidal regime in Rwanda, before, during and after the genocide.
EGAM’ delegation at Kigali
In the context of the commemorations in France of the genocide against the Tutsis, the Paris City Hall has inaugurated this year a memorial in memory of the Tutsis murdered in Rwanda during the genocide, located in Paris’ 13th district, Parc de Choisy.
In France, the creation of such a monument makes a strong symbolic statement against the discourses of denial that continue to occur. It symbolizes the culmination of several years of involvement for the recognition of the genocide and against genocide denial in order to properly honour the memory of the victims. A fight led since many years by the actors of French and Rwandan civil society, notably the Union of French Jews Students (UEJF), SOS Racisme, Ibuka-France, EGAM, and particularly Raphaël Haddad, president of the UEJF in the launching of the project.
EGAM is currently recruiting for a new Executive Director!
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EGAM recherche son nouveau Directeur.rice Géneral.e!
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Today is Srebrenica Memorial Day. We honour the 8,372 men and boys murdered in the genocide 24 years ago, their Mothers and survivors.
Approximately 30,000 people will attend the collective funeral for 33 recently identified remains at the Srebrenica–Potočari Memorial Cemetery.
#IRMCT pays tribute to victims of Srebrenica genocide.
Face à l’oppression en Turquie, l’Europe doit agir !
La lettre écrite par notre Président @BenjaminAbtan , @CLAPOTMireille MP et @JoseFariaMEP MEP a été publiée par le journal Portugais, O Público.
La lutte pour les droits humains continue !
The European Grassroots Antiracist Movement, as a European #antiracist organization, and the We Belong to Here Association protest in the strongest possible terms against the – today in #Hungary held – far-right and racist action intimidating the Roma community.