Read through extended written papers on political, social, economic, cultural, and religious issues in Rwanda, before and after the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi.These pieces focus on the genocide and discuss its causes, implementation, and consequences.
This paper is a quantitative study of the genocide in the prefecture of Kibuye in Rwanda in 1994. It used an original data base developed by the organisation of the survivors of the genocide (IBUKA). The data contain information on the age, sex, commune of residence before the genocide, the professional occupation of the victims, the place and date of death and the weapon used to kill.
This is a research paper that offers an ampirical analysis of a peasant in the 1994 genocide in Rwanda. The research traced 350 household who were part of rural household before the 1994 genocide, and used different factors to determine the probability of a household member to become a genocide perpetrator.
A document that shows the historical figures and models of complex social organization that owned the Great Lakes countries, which nevertheless were consciously ignored for a long time because they did not follow the Western plans.
An article describing the evolution of dilemma around the humanitarian development as compassion and empathy resentifs facing various forms of social suffering which translates into a moral responsibility to act as a partial political response.
A document that talks about Erwan de Gouvello, a French officer allocated to the battalion of gratitude at Camp Kigali in 1994. It analyses what he was doing on 7th April when they executed ten Belgian peacekeepers and the Prime Minister.
The 1994 genocide in Rwanda, crimes against humanity and other genocidal acts in the Great Lakes region for over 30 years, have not been committed in the name of God. However, the propaganda insisted criminals throughout the genocide in Rwanda to the fact that God was with the people. Is that why the murderers are allowed to use raw churches, places of refuge for the people excluded Tutsi and hunted as human slaughterhouses?
A research paper on the RTLM propaganda impact on psychology of genocidaires who perpetrated mass slaughter, and how it does make the most sense when it is situated among the methods of an eminently modern propaganda.
Engaging with the literature on visual representations of human suffering, being a witness, and trauma, this article discusses visual representations of the genocide perpetrated against Tutsi in 1994, and especially the art photography of the aftermath.
More than 15 years later, the genocide against tutsi is very present in rwandans and international community daily lives and behavior as well. However, rwanda has a remarkable rebuilding in various sector such as investment, social, politic and economic
This paper is concerned with the crime of genocide: the evidence that genocide was indeed taking place, the identities of those responsible for it, their motives, their means, and the implications of the mass murder for Rwanda, east and central Africa, and the world.
This paper explain how the Arusha Peace Negotiations, which ostensibly ended the ongoing conflict in Rwanda between an exiled Tutsi guerilla group (the Rwandese Patriotic Front) and the Hutu government of President Juvenal Habyarimana are a tragic example of a negotiated agreement failing miserably in its implementation.
Dissertation announcing that Operation Turquoise persuaded that its purpose was to end the genocide against the Tutsi while it was a military attempt to rescue perpetrators and finish off the remaining Tutsi.