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Rwanda: Global experts in large scale restorative justice.

Morgan, Sally
June 4, 2015

Source: (2012) Ethos. 20(1):7-13.

This article is about Rwanda’s recovery and, more specifically about
the systematic model of restorative justice that Rwanda has used to
deal with genocide crimes. Rwanda stands as an example to the world
of how to recover. This is a controversial statement: human rights
organisations and countless individuals take issue with the Rwandan
Patriotic Front (RPF) and the government and there are many issues to
be explored regarding its conduct in neighbouring (xmgo {I)R(;), the
unaddressed RPF violence against some Hutu civilians in the aftermath
of the genocide and the iron grip that President Paul Kagame has on
power. (excerpt0


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