The meeting is organsied by Armenian, Assyrian and Kurdish organisations, including:
Armenian Solidarity with the victims of all genocides
Centre for Halabja against the Anfalisation of Kurdistan (CHAK)
Nor Serount Cultural Association
Evidence from Kurdish sources on the 1915 Genocide to be presented in the UK Parliament
The new co-operation between Armenian, Assyrian and Kurdish groups has facilitated this event:
Where: Room P of Portcullis House (which houses the offices of Members of Parliament)
When: 2.00 p.m. on Tuesday, 8th July
The speakers will be eminent Kurdish historian Prof Kamal Mazhar Ahmad and eminent Kurdish expert and writer Dr Rebwar Fatah.
Seating is limited, and an early reply to this invitation is advised.
Portcullis House is on Victoria Embankment/Bridge Street corner next to Westminster tube station (facing parliament)
If you are planning to attend, RSVP to email@example.com
Telephone Rizgar Kocher: 07709435998
Three new Genocide Motions in the UK parliament
This new collaboration has resulted in three new motions in Parliament. We urge Armenians, Assyrians and Kurds to contact their MPs, asking them to sign all three Motions
GENOCIDE AGAINST THE ASSYRIAN AND ARMENIAN PEOPLE 1806
That this House urges the Government to recognise formally the genocide of Assyrians and Armenians under the Young Turk regime in Ottoman Turkey during 1915 to 1923; and welcomes the co-operation between groups representing the Armenian and Assyrian peoples, joined also by groups representing the Kurdish people who have also suffered genocide, in jointly working to encourage the whole international community to recognise the atrocities perpetrated against their respective peoples as genocide.
GENOCIDE AGAINST THE KURDISH PEOPLE 1805
That this House notes that the Supreme Criminal Court of Iraq has reached its verdict on the Anfal Campaign, declaring it to be a mass killing, a genocide, against the Kurdish people; and calls on the international community to respect the Court's decision and recognise the mass killing of Kurds as genocide.
IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM GENOCIDE EXHIBITION 1807
That this House welcomes the current exhibition by Kurdish artist Mr Osman Amed on the Anfal genocide at the Imperial War Museum; and urges the Government to recognise Saddam Hussein's killing of Kurdish people in Iraq during the period 1987 to 1988, including the Anfal campaign and the Halabja chemical attack, as an act of genocide