Our History

Our background and what we do, courses, talks and lectures, publications, commemoration and the people we work with.

The Australian Institute for Holocaust and Genocide Studies

1991

For a number of years Professor Tatz and Sandra Tatz raise funds to assist Australian students and teachers attend the...
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Concentrated adult students of different nationalities with teacher studying in classroom

1991

Professor of Politics at Macquarie University, Colin Tatz, teaches the third year Politics of Genocide course (POL340), at Macquarie from...
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One of the few remaining Basarwa, San, or simply Bushman, the indigenous people of Kalahari

1993

The Council of Macquarie University formally establishes the Centre for Comparative Genocide Studies (CCGS) under the leadership of Professor Tatz....
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1994

Foundation staff of the Armenian Genocide Research Unit of the CCGS and visitors. L-R Sylvia Iskenderian, Armen Gakavian, John Iskenderian,...
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The Australian Institute for Holocaust and Genocide Studies

1994

The CCGS publishes the first edition of its Newsletter.
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The Australian Institute for Holocaust and Genocide Studies

1994

CCGS foundation staff, students, tutors and lecturers. L-R front: Jennifer Balint, Darren O’Brien, Lara Esam, Avigail Abarbanel. Back: Stuart Walton,...
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