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A testimony of Léonce Rwamukwaya
Léonce Rwamukwaya shares his story before, during, and after the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi. He survived in Nyarugenge District. His testimony is given in Kinyarwanda.
Histoire Du Génocide Dans Le Secteur De Nyarugunga
This paper describes the genocide perpetrated against Tutsi in 1994 in Nyarugunga sector, Kigali- Rwanda.
Ingando is a civic education programme that has facilitated the reintegration of refugees and prisoners back into their communities...
Oral testmony of UWAMUNGU Jean de Dieu
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The oral testimony of UWAMUNGU Jean de Dieu, a survivor of the Genocide Against the Tutsi,recorded by the Kigali Genocide Memorial in Kigali, Rwanda. The testimony discusses early memories of childhood and family, discrimination and persecution of Tutsi before Genocide, the worst atrocities during Genocide, suffering and witnessing human rights abuses, surviving the Genocide, life after the Genocide. The testimony is given in Kinyarwanda.
Placing genocide in context: research priorities for the Rwandan genocide
Prior to 1994, the country of Rwanda was little known outside the limited circle of African studies scholars. A reference to Rwanda in a conversation, such as a small land locked country with few natural resources and no strategic importance, was likely to be met with blank stares. The 1994 genocide, however, has bestowed on Rwanda a new notoriety.
Unictr Rtlm 0121 kin.pdf
Transcript of RTLM broadcast submitted to ICTR.