Seeking justice after genocide
What is justice after genocide? What compels individuals, states, and the international community to seek justice? How does the quest for justice contribute to the prevention of genocide?
Now in its second year, the evolving exhibition United against genocide explores these questions. This new theme was developed by the Montreal Holocaust Museum Centre, in partnership with the Armenian National Committee of Quebec, the Association des Parents et Amis des Victimes du Génocide au Rwanda (PAGE-Rwanda), and Khemara, the Khmer History and Civilisation Center.
The quest for justice involves many people who are motivated, amongst other things, by the fight against denial, the recognition of crimes, and the prosecution of the perpetrators.
Prosecution of specific individuals
December 9, 1948
Genocide in Cambodia
Genocide in Rwanda
ICT for Rwanda
Genocide in Srebrenica
Creation of the ICC
Extraordinary Tribunal in Cambodia
Denial continues, 99 years later