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CGE Poll re: Canadian Museum for Human Rights

20110324CMHRSurvey: Canadians do not support a separate gallery for anyone at Human Rights Museum

(March 23, 2011) Plans for a gallery dedicated exclusively to the Holocaust are not supported by the majority of Canadians, according to a recent national poll conducted by NANOS Research.

Regardless of age, gender, region or political affiliation most Canadians prefer that the tax-payer funded Canadian Museum for Human Rights treat all genocides together in a thematic, comparative and inclusive exhibit zone.

CGE [Canadians for Genocide Education], which commissioned the poll, is a coalition of some 50 associations representing 27 different ethnocultural communities. CGE’s member associations are dedicated to inclusivity and equity in genocide education and commemoration.

CGE Chair, James Kafieh said: “The Jewish Holocaust, the Shoah, must be presented fully and properly. However, it should be dealt with along side all other cases of genocide. By creating a permanent gallery dedicated to one genocide the CMHR is suggesting that there exists a hierarchy of human suffering.  Any museum that suggests that the suffering of some people is more important than the suffering of others will teach Canadians much more about racism than human rights.”
Mr. Kafieh added, “CGE calls on the Government of Canada to replace members of the Museum’s Board of Trustees to better reflect Canadian society and to ensure that all 12 of the museum’s planned galleries are inclusive and equitable in their treatment of human rights issues.

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NANOS random telephone survey of 1,216 Canadians conducted from 12 March to 15 March 2011. An aggregate total of 60.3% wanted “one exhibit which covers all genocides equally.” The margin of accuracy for a sample of 1,216 Canadians is plus/minus 2.8%, 19 times out of 20. “Our next question is about the Canadian Museum for Human Rights, a national museum funded by Canadian taxpayers. Would you prefer that there be one gallery that covers all genocides equally or that there be one gallery that highlights a particular genocide permanently while all the others are grouped together in a separate exhibit?” An aggregate of 15.3% were unsure while 24.4% wanted one gallery that highlighted a particular genocide.
Contact: James Kafieh, CGE Chair (613) 250-8886 
** published on behalf of the Canadians for Genocide Education (CGE) **

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Canadians  for  Genocide  Education

For Immediate Release                                          March 23, 2011

Survey: Canadians do not support a separate gallery for anyone at Human Rights Museum

Plans for a gallery dedicated exclusively to the Holocaust are not supported by the majority of Canadians, according to a recent national poll conducted by NANOS Research. Regardless of age, gender, region or political affiliation most Canadians prefer that the tax-payer funded Canadian Museum for Human Rights treat all genocides together in a thematic, comparative and inclusive exhibit zone.

CGE, which commissioned the poll, is a coalition of some 50 associations representing 27 different ethnocultural communities. CGE’s member associations are dedicated to inclusivity and equity in genocide education and commemoration.

CGE Chair, James Kafieh said: “The Jewish Holocaust, the Shoah, must be presented fully and properly. However, it should be dealt with along side all other cases of genocide. By creating a permanent gallery dedicated to one genocide the CMHR is suggesting that there exists a hierarchy of human suffering.  Any museum that suggests that the suffering of some people is more important than the suffering of others will teach Canadians much more about racism than human rights.”

Mr. Kafieh added, “CGE calls on the Government of Canada to replace members of the Museum’s Board of Trustees to better reflect Canadian society and to ensure that all 12 of the museum’s planned galleries are inclusive and equitable in their treatment of human rights issues.

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NANOS random telephone survey of 1,216 Canadians conducted from 12 March to 15 March 2011. An aggregate total of 60.3% wanted “one exhibit which covers all genocides equally.” The margin of accuracy for a sample of 1,216 Canadians is plus/minus 2.8%, 19 times out of 20. “Our next question is about the Canadian Museum for Human Rights, a national museum funded by Canadian taxpayers. Would you prefer that there be one gallery that covers all genocides equally or that there be one gallery that highlights a particular genocide permanently while all the others are grouped together in a separate exhibit?” An aggregate of 15.3% were unsure while 24.4% wanted one gallery that highlighted a particular genocide.

Contact: James Kafieh, CGE Chair (613) 250-8886 

** sent on behalf of the Canadians for Genocide Education (CGE) **

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