As Parliament prepares to vote on the latest version of the genocide amendment to the Trade Bill, one youth-led movement will be watching developments very closely. The genocide awareness group, Yet Again, has spent months campaigning for the amendment to be passed alongside Holocaust survivors and Uighur survivors of the concentration camps in China’s Xinjiang province. Ahead of the vote, Politika News spoke with their Co-Executive Director, Jaya Pathak, about why this amendment is crucial in punishing genocidal states, and how the government is trying to water it down.
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