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A Century of Genocide and Indifference
Host, Cyber Law and Business Report; political columnist; inte...
The problem appears to be that our repeated declarations of never again are directed at the genocide itself and not at the indifference and cowardice that enabled it. Until that changes, we will continue to live in the Age of Genocide.
How a Film Could Get You 25 Years in Jail!
Oscar winning filmmaker
Paul Kagame has used his impressive achievements, (and the continuing guilt of the West) to mount a sophisticated International PR campaign to counter the accusations that he is a ruthless dictator.
A Closer Look at Where Rwanda's Lethal Weapons Came From
By its own admission, the Rwanda government bankrupted its economy to pay for those weapons.
Rwandan Genocide: Remembering the 'Other' Casualties
Dr. Elise Collins Shields
Intl advocate, women & war, Research Associate, U of Arizona &...
The unique trauma rape victims endured, the horrors, impacts them to this day. While a massacre affects all survivors, consequences for Rwandan women is compounded through lasting impact of sexual violence.
The Country That Bans Plastic Bags
When you suffer a genocide as a people or a nation it can empower you to achieve extraordinary things. It gives you a rare, not to say unique, opportunity to start again.
Why Does the United States Cover the Rwanda Aggression on Congo?
Chairman and CEO, Galileo Global Advisors and Adjunct professo...
A Girl Named Divine Learns to Read
Lead International Affairs Officer, Global Partnership for Edu...
A beautiful little first-grade Rwandan girl named Divine read to us, and we all melted. Her warmth and genuineness, her joy in sharing her reading skills and in showing us how she could write her name on the blackboard made us smile and think about her wonderful gifts.
Two Cultures, Two Genocides, One Story
Psychologist; College Professor; Journalist
David's harrowing memories from Eastern Europe at the hands of the Nazis and Jacqueline's genocide experiences in Rwanda, although more than half a century apart, are hauntingly similar.
Understanding Rwanda's Journey
Dr. Jean Paul Kimonyo
Why is substantive change so important to Rwanda? Less well known is the fact that beyond the tragic event itself, the genocide was also symptomatic of a long-term economic, social and political bankruptcy.
On a Hillside in Rwanda, Orphans Find Semblance of Normalcy
For one week in May, we lived and worked at the beautiful Agahozo Shalom Youth Village in rural Rwanda. The youth village houses 125 teenagers who were orphaned by the 1994 Rwandan genocide.
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Not the Time to Declare Victory
Former Under-Secretary-General of the United Nations in charge...
Policy making must not be based on wishful thinking. Congo has not yet reached a strategic turning point.
Exclusive: Christiane Amanpour On Her Genocide Documentary, International Reporting and New Media
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