"Darfur: Crimes Against Humanity"

Campaign Week at the Jewish Museum Berlin from 15 to 22 March 2007

Poster for the campaign week "Darfur: Crimes Against Humanity"
Poster for the campaign week
"Darfur: Crimes Against Humanity"
© Jewish Museum Berlin

More than 200,000 civilians have been victims of violence in Darfur since February 2003. Executions, murders, rapes and the burning of villages are all part of the agenda. Over two million people are living in refugee camps on the border to Chad and at least four million - more than half of Darfur's population - are completely reliant on international aid.

The Jewish Museum Berlin in cooperation with Human Rights Watch draws attention to the murders and violation of human rights by way of two exhibitions, an international conference, an educational program and further events in the week from 15 to 22 March 2007.

The Darfur Week at the Jewish Museum Berlin is under the patronage of H. E. Kofi Annan, former Secretary General of the United Nations.

Here is a first selection of quotations taken from dialogues and addresses by panelists and speakers (PDF, 280 KB) at the Darfur Week further quotations will follow shortly.

Messages from

When: from 15 to 22 March 2007
Where: Jewish Museum Berlin, Lindenstr. 9-14, 10969 Berlin

Organized by the Jewish Museum Berlin in Cooperation with Human Rights Watch.

Darfur Week

All events

March 15, 2007
Opening

March 16, 200
Conference

March 17, 2007
Reports from Darfur

March 18, 2007
Symposium

March 19, 2007
Student Programs

March 20, 2007
Concert

21.3.2007
Film