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The Raoul Wallenberg Legacy of Leadership Project
The Raoul Wallenberg Legacy of Leadership Project

The project celebrates the life and legacy of the Swedish diplomat who saved tens of thousands of Jews in Hungary during the Second World War.

The Will to Intervene Project
The Will to Intervene Project

The Will to Intervene (W2I) project organises conferences, policy briefings, specialised training sessions and civic dialogues to generate awareness recommend policies that can be put in place to make "never again" a reality.

The Digital Mass Atrocity Prevention Lab
The Digital Mass Atrocity Prevention Lab

The Digital Mass Atrocity Prevention Lab (DMAP Lab) is a policy hub working to combat genocidal ideologies online and work as a counter force against extremists and their ideas.


MIGS 2016 training program flyer (1)

January 18, 2016:

Kyle Matthews publicly supported the online appeal calling for Quebec schools to teach about genocide and how to prevent it.
 
January 14, 2016
Kyle Matthews was named a “Greater Montreal Ambassador” by Contact Montreal/ Montreal International. His interview can be found in English here, and in French here.
 
January 13, 2016
Kyle Matthews was quoted in the Global News article “UN gathers Syria starvation stories, but war crimes charges against unlikely”.

 

 


MIGS gratefully acknowledges the support of: Concordia University, James Stanford, The Simons Foundation, The Dym Family Foundation, Bram Steinberg, The Tauben Foundation, Annie Tobias, The Nexus Fund and the Swedish Institute

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