Course: Genocide
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Understanding the context and history of Iraqi Kurdistan
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Understanding the context and history of Iraqi Kurdistan
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  • The Universal Declaration of Human Rights states that “Everyone has the right to a nationality”. “Nationality” in this context refers to ‘citizenship’ - the formal status of belonging to a state and the legal rights and protections that this entails.
  • The Universal Declaration of Human Rights states that “Everyone has the right to a nationality”. “Nationality” in this context refers to ‘citizenship’ - the formal status of belonging to a state and the legal rights and protections that this entails.
  • The Universal Declaration of Human Rights states that “Everyone has the right to a nationality”. “Nationality” in this context refers to ‘citizenship’ - the formal status of belonging to a state and the legal rights and protections that this entails.
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How many people do you think were displaced in Iraqi camps during the ISIS occupation?
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What are “minority rights” according to international law?

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Understanding the context and history of Iraqi Kurdistan
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Facts
  • The Universal Declaration of Human Rights states that “Everyone has the right to a nationality”. “Nationality” in this context refers to ‘citizenship’ - the formal status of belonging to a state and the legal rights and protections that this entails.
  • The Universal Declaration of Human Rights states that “Everyone has the right to a nationality”. “Nationality” in this context refers to ‘citizenship’ - the formal status of belonging to a state and the legal rights and protections that this entails.
  • The Universal Declaration of Human Rights states that “Everyone has the right to a nationality”. “Nationality” in this context refers to ‘citizenship’ - the formal status of belonging to a state and the legal rights and protections that this entails.
222 How many people do you think were displaced in Iraqi camps during the ISIS occupation?
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300
30 000
300 000
300 0000
300 00000
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What are “minority rights” according to international law?

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What are “minority rights” according to international law?

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What are “minority rights” according to international law?

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What are “minority rights” according to international law?

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Course test
Understanding the context and history of Iraqi Kurdistan
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Facts
  • The Universal Declaration of Human Rights states that “Everyone has the right to a nationality”. “Nationality” in this context refers to ‘citizenship’ - the formal status of belonging to a state and the legal rights and protections that this entails.
  • The Universal Declaration of Human Rights states that “Everyone has the right to a nationality”. “Nationality” in this context refers to ‘citizenship’ - the formal status of belonging to a state and the legal rights and protections that this entails.
  • The Universal Declaration of Human Rights states that “Everyone has the right to a nationality”. “Nationality” in this context refers to ‘citizenship’ - the formal status of belonging to a state and the legal rights and protections that this entails.
Open questions for reflection
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    When you compare the situation Rohingyas to the genocide of the Yezidis in Iraq. Which criteria is the same, and which are different to define it as a genocide according to the UN convention?
  • 2
    When you compare the situation Rohingyas to the genocide of the Yezidis in Iraq. Which criteria is the same, and which are different to define it as a genocide according to the UN convention?
  • 3
    When you compare the situation Rohingyas to the genocide of the Yezidis in Iraq. Which criteria is the same, and which are different to define it as a genocide according to the UN convention?
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What are “minority rights” according to international law?

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What are “minority rights” according to international law?

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What are “minority rights” according to international law?

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What are “minority rights” according to international law?

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Course test
Understanding the context and history of Iraqi Kurdistan
You have to complete this module before you can move to the next module. If you don’t finish the course in one session, you can continue later from the same computer and browser you are using now.
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Facts
  • The Universal Declaration of Human Rights states that “Everyone has the right to a nationality”. “Nationality” in this context refers to ‘citizenship’ - the formal status of belonging to a state and the legal rights and protections that this entails.
  • The Universal Declaration of Human Rights states that “Everyone has the right to a nationality”. “Nationality” in this context refers to ‘citizenship’ - the formal status of belonging to a state and the legal rights and protections that this entails.
  • The Universal Declaration of Human Rights states that “Everyone has the right to a nationality”. “Nationality” in this context refers to ‘citizenship’ - the formal status of belonging to a state and the legal rights and protections that this entails.
You are ready for the quiz.
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What are “minority rights” according to international law?

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What are “minority rights” according to international law?

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What are “minority rights” according to international law?

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What are “minority rights” according to international law?

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