What are the root causes of genocide? What do historical genocides have in common? How does small-scale violence against targeted groups become genocidal? And what we can learn from the three forgotten genocides? Maria Armoudian chairs a live panel on genocide featuring experts Tracey McIntosh, Panayiotis Diamadis and Chris Wilson.

Tracey McIntosh is a Professor of Sociology at the University of Auckland. McIntosh is an expert in crime and extreme marginalisation and is the co-author of Maori and Social Issues.

Panayiotis Diamadis is a Professor of Genocide Studies at the University of Technology, Sydney. Diamadis is an expert in genocide studies.

Chris Wilson is a Senior Lecturer in Political Studies and International Relations at the University of Auckland. Wilson is an expert in violent conflict and terrorism.

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