Month: June 2013

Justice for survivors

Restorative Justice for Survivors of the Rwandan Genocide by Noam Schimmel, Huffington Post. Who knows best what the needs of Rwandan genocide survivors are as they seek to rebuild their lives? Genocide survivors themselves. As the Rwandan New Times recently reported, an October 2012 discussion paper by a collective […]

Abana bacitse ku icumu bo Murenge wa Kigali barasaba kurenganunwa

Abarokotse Jenoside yakorewe Abatutsi bo mu muryango wa Nsengiyumva Gaspard, batuye mu Murenge wa Kigali Akarere ka Nyarugenge, bavuga ko barenganyijwe n’umuyobozi w’Umurenge, ubwo yahagarikaga ubwishyu bw’ibyo bangirijwe muri Jenoside. Bavuga ko Umunyamabanga Nshingabikorwa w’Umurenge yahagaritse kwishyurwa imitungo yabo yangijwe, avuga ko impapuro z’irangiza rubanza bahawe na gacaca […]

US chose to ignore Rwandan genocide

by Rory Carroll in the Guardian Classified papers show Clinton was aware of ‘final solution’ to eliminate Tutsis President Bill Clinton’s administration knew Rwanda was being engulfed by genocide in April 1994 but buried the information to justify its inaction, according to classified documents made available for the […]