Crimes Uncovered. The First Generation of Holocaust Researchers
Date: 9 December -
12 December 2019
Location: Communal Space, E building, 3rd fl.
patron: Permanent missions of Germany and Israel
This exhibition takes place at the Palais des Nations, Communal Space, E Building, 3rd fl.; entry: Pregny Gate - access: door 40.
About the event
This exhibition commemorates the lives of 20 remarkable researcher pioneers of the Holocaust and their endeavors to underline the importance of remembrance, documentation and prosecution in the aftermath of the Second World War. One of these researchers, Raphael Lemkin, first coined the term Genocide. His research efforts are considered indispensable for the implementation of the Genocide Convention.