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The Canadian Human Rights Museum has made a change in the  portrait of Aung San Suu Kyi in a gallery called “Turning Points for Humanity”. The Canadian Human Rights Museum has reduced the illumination of her portrait.

In response to a letter from the Institute for Research of Genocide Canada, the Canadian Human Rights Museum has made a change in the portrayal of Aung San Suu Kyi in a gallery called “Turning Points for Humanity”. The Canadian Human Rights Museum has reduced the illumination of her portrait.
The letter to the Canadian Museum for Human Rights regarding the current situation in Myanmar

The letter to the Canadian Museum for Human Rights regarding the current situation in Myanmar


The Institute for Research of Genocide Canada sent a new letter to the Canadian Human Rights Museum in which it thanks for the first positive step towards the portrait of Aung San Suu Kyi. At the same time in the letter the Institute for Research of Genocide Canada emphasizes the need to remove her portrait from the museum and thus preserve the significant mission that the Canadian Human Rights Museum has, as one of the most authoritative museum institutions of its kind in the world. Also in a letter
the Institute for Research of Genocide Canada again urges the Museum to join the action to take away a significant honorary citizen of Canada from Aung San Suu Kyi because she does not deserve it.