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Video Reviews: Gacaca: Living Together in Rwanda? & In Rwanda We Say… The Family That Does Not Speak Dies

Parker, Lynette
June 4, 2015

Source: (2006) Restorative Justice Online. May 2006 Edition.

The Rwandan government chose to use an indigenous conflict resolution process to try many of the suspects held for genocide crimes. These two films provide a window into the human experiences of those crimes and the difficult task of rebuilding a nation, communities, and personal relationships in their aftermath.


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