How come the word Mongol is used as a derogatory term in some countries? What should we do about it? Our livestream discussion took place in Mongolian on Mongol Identity Facebook live.Read more
Our campaign for improved dictionary definitions of the word ‘Mongol’ to help counter racism and discrimination against people with disabilities.
To mark World Education Day on 24th January 2021, we are launching our campaign for improved dictionary definitions of the word ‘Mongol’ to help counter racism and discrimination against people with disabilities
If you hear someone described as a ‘Mongol’, what is your first reaction? Do you assume that the person is from Mongolia? Or that the speaker is talking in derogatory terms about someone with Down’s Syndrome? Or that it is an insult hurled at someone who has done something stupid?Read more
Fundraising duration 10-16th May 2021
We’re Mongol Identity SCIO, working across the globe promoting interculturalism, belonging and diversity and advancing a greater understanding of the word “Mongol” as it refers to an ethnicity and culture with its own history and language, in order to end the historical misuse of the term.
We all belong to the human race.
Whether you’re a Mongol at heart or stand for kindness and diversity you belong here. We’ll listen, celebrate our achievements together, and fight your corner.Read more
Many thanks to all our wonderful supporters around the world who gave so generously to our Living Together in Peace fundraising appeal. Mongol Identity SCIO partnered with MGL Running Channel ran a successful fundraising event through virtual running and walking.
People in 18 countries around the world helped us to break through our £5,000 target by pledging donations through our Virgin Money Giving page which ran for a week from May 10, closing on the International Day of Living Together in Peace.Read more