Genocide Awareness

Despite several dozen atrocities committed over the last century alone that defied imaginable evil, genocides continue today. That’s why genocide awareness and education are of critical importance. Awareness and education can help us work towards prevention.

As long as this list of known genocides may be, it is not an exhaustive list of resources. If you know of trusted organizations or helpful reference sites that should be added to the list below, please contact us.

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

Memorial and Museum Auschwitz-Birkenau

The Anne Frank Center for Mutual Respect

Facing History and Ourselves

Ukrainian Jewish Encounter

United to End Genocide: The Cambodian Genocide

World Without Genocide: The Cambodian Genocide

Armenian National Institute: Dedicated to the Armenian Genocide

Armenian Genocide Museum of America

United to End Genocide: The Rwandan Genocide

World Without Genocide: The Rwandan Genocide

The Circassian Genocide

United to End Genocide: The Bosnian War and the Srebrenica Genocide

Bangladesh Genocide Archive

The Bangladesh Genocide — Virtual Bangladesh

Greek Genocide Resource Center

The Assyrian Genocide — Rutgers University

Aardakh (Chechnya) Genocide

Genocide of European Roma

Polish Genocide by the Soviet Secret Police

East Timor Genocide — Yale University

Genocide in Burundi 1972 — Woodring College of Education

Genocide in Burundi 1993 — United States Institute for Peace

Libyan Genocide

The Isaaq Genocide

Kurdish Genocide —  The Kurdish Project

The Guatemalan Genocide — The Center for Justice & Accountability

Herero and Namaqua Genocide — The Guardian

World Without Genocide: The Bosnian Genocide

Selk’nam Genocide

Genocide of Yazidis by ISIL — United Nations News Centre