View videos covering conferences organised on the subject of the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda. These videos feature different government members, and practitioners in genocide prevention.
Accountability: What Can Legislative Bodies Do?
This video features a session held in the parliament of Rwanda. In this session they looked at examples of best legislative practice and discussed ways in which to improve how legislative bodies and parliaments can uphold their own responsibilities in the response to and the prevention of the genocide.
Education in Post-Conflict Societies
This video features a session held in the parliament of Rwanda. The session focused the role of educators and those responsible for curriculums and state education in post-conflict societies with a special focus on education in schools.
Global Peacebuilders Conference
Global PeaceBuilders Conference took place at Nobleza Hotel, Kigali, Rwanda on 7 to 8 August 2014 to discuss about peace building in Central Africa Republic and South Sudan.
Justice After Genocide
This video features a session held in the parliament of Rwanda. The session looked at how Rwanda's approach has contributed to new ways of managing transitional justice not only in regards to punishing genocide but also the reconstruction of society.
Leadership After Genocide
This video features a session held in the parliament of Rwanda. In the session, international legislators discuss challenges similar to those faced by the new Rwandan parliament after the genocide.
Preventing Mass Atrocities
This video features a session held in the parliament of Rwanda. The session focused on examining different international tools that have been developed since 1994, such as the responsibility to protect but also consider the need for countries to develop their own domestic prevention tools.