What is genocide? Why, where and how does it still happen? This is where you learn about the crime of genocide. We bring academics, former diplomats, and activists together to talk about old and new genocides, and to discuss what accountability looks like for the crime of all crimes.
Shilla Kim is an international human rights lawyer and investigator who worked for the UN and various other international organizations. Clemence Pinaud is an associate professor at Indiana University whose focus is on civil war, genocide and sexual violence.
This podcast is supported by Indiana University's Presidential Arts and Humanities Program, the Tobias Center, the African Studies Program, the Center for the Study of the Middle East, and the Huh Jum Ok Human Rights Foundation.
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