The United Nations established December 9 as the International Day of Commemoration and Dignity of the Victims of the Crime of Genocide and of the Prevention of this Crime, in memory of the Convention signed in 1948.

Throughout human history there have been many acts of genocide that have been recorded, genocide being understood as any act that seeks the annihilation, subjugation, injury or transfer by force of all or part of a group of people who are members of a nation, ethnic group , race or specific religion.

Diversity is what has made the difference and the evolution of humanity, therefore we avoid the eradication of entire cultures or peoples, saying NO to genocide.