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Genocide Watch exists to predict, prevent, stop, and punish genocide and other forms of mass murder. We seek to raise awareness and influence public policy concerning potential and actual genocide. Our purpose is to build an international movement to prevent and stop genocide.


We address genocide as it is defined in the Genocide Convention: “the intentional destruction, in whole or in part, of a national, ethnic, racial, or religious group, as such.” We also address political mass murder, mass rape, and other genocide-like crimes. Genocide Watch is the coordinating organization of The Alliance Against Genocide (AAG), an international coalition of organizations.



Afghanistan War Victims Voices is a non-governmental organization which was established in 2021 in the Netherlands. This organization has been formed by a domestic and international team of lawyers, journalists, and human rights activists to support the victims of war in Afghanistan.


In previous months, the World Hazara Council and Flight From Plight (UK) have joined the collaboration project. As you will understand, we are open to partnerships.


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The World Hazara Council (WHC) is the international organisation that represents Hazara communities around the world. The WHC is a non-partisan and non-political organisation with the aim of promoting the cultural, social and civil rights of the Hazara people and to advocate on their behalf of them in media, governments and civil society organisations. The WHC is the umbrella body that aspires to represent the diverse Hazara communities and organisations around the world and facilitate greater cooperation between them.

The World Hazara Council was formally inaugurated in early 2013 following two years of consultation with an extensive network of Hazara activists and civil society organisations from across the globe. The first meeting of the WHC took place on 21 April 2013 in Vienna. There were sixty-one participants representing their communities from all over the world including Europe, the United States, Canada, and Australia.

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