This video addresses the process of how to teach multiple perspectives on genocide and fascism. Teachers often worry that they need to present multiple perspectives on all issues. This video suggests that it is not the job of a historian to decide if they were good, bad or justified, because they are always bad and never justified. Instead the video suggests that the real debate in each case is why they happen, and lecturers should instead offer multiple explanations, perspectives on why, and invite students to examine and analyse.