Today Thursday November 4th, join Fleur Anderson MP, Chair of the UK’s All-Party Parliamentary Group for the Prevention of Genocide and Crimes Against Humanity, as she moderates a panel discussion bringing together experts to consider the international response to a year of conflict in Ethiopia.


Who you’ll hear from:

The panel will feature Ethiopian and international experts from academia and civil society working on issues related to atrocity prevention and the crisis in Ethiopia.

These include Alice Wairimu-Nderitu, UN Special Advisor on Genocide and the Responsibility to Protect; Tom Tugendhat MP, Chair of the UK Parliament’s Foreign Affairs Committee; Rita Kahsay, Tigray Youth Network; William Davison, Senior Analyst at Crisis Group; and Meaza Gebremedhin, Human Rights Advocate.

Registration is free of charge, but places are limited – so click here to secure your seat now:


Many partners … one focus.

This event is being organised by the All-Party Parliamentary Group on the Prevention of Genocide and Crimes Against Humanity – the secretariat for which is provided by the Aegis Trust and the Holocaust Memorial Day Trust – together with the All-Party Parliamentary Human Rights Group and the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Eritrea.

Together, these organisations invite you to join us to remember the many victims of the armed conflict in Ethiopia, which began on November 4th 2020; to hear about the latest developments on the ground; and to consider the international community’s engagement so far – to end the fighting and atrocities against civilians, and bring about a longer-term political settlement – and what more should be done.

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If you are unable to attend but would like to support the peacebuilding work of the Aegis Trust, please click here to contribute:


THANK YOU for your support!