The seminar was organized by the Canadian Hazara Advocacy Group, held on Wednesday 31st May, in the conference hall of the Canadian Parliament.
This event, organized by the Canadian Hazara Advocacy Group in collaboration with esteemed members of the Canadian Parliament, aims to shed light on the ongoing atrocities in Afghanistan, with a specific focus on the human rights situation of the Hazara people.
The organizers of this program say that the aim of this seminar was “to shed light on the ongoing atrocities in Afghanistan, with a specific focus on the human rights situation of the Hazara people.”
The participants in this seminar were parliamentarians of Canada, Great Britain and Sweden, university professors, head of Genocide Watch, lawyers and history and law students.
The participants in this seminar expressed their views on the genocide of the Hazara.
Paul Bristow, a member of the British Parliament and the Chair of the Hazara All-Party Parliamentary Group, asked those who presented in the seminar and participated from all over the world to stand up for the Hazara.
Gregory Stanton, head of the Genocide Watch, clearly said in this seminar that according to the 1948 Convention on the Prohibition and Punishment of Genocide, the Hazara are being genocidal in Afghanistan.
Canadian MPs have said that they are closely monitoring the situation of the Hazara and will try to raise the issue of recognizing the genocide of Hazara in the Canadian parliament.
The representative of the Swedish parliament also pointed out that a seminar on the genocide of the Hazara was held in the parliament of this country and noted that they will work to create a joint working group between the parliaments of Canada, Sweden, and the United Kingdom.
At the end of this meeting, there was a discussion on how to create a joint group, and the participants pledged to follow the issue of genocide of the Hazara.