Academic Articles - Rwanda



Being church in post-genocide Rwanda


Dilemmas of Justice and Reconciliation Rwandans and the Gacaca Courts

Amaka Megwalu, Harvard Law Neophytos Loizides, Queen's University - Belfast

African Journal of International and Comparative Law 18.1 (2010)

Categories: Rwanda
 

 Rettig, Max

African Studies Review, Volume 51, Number 3, December 2008

Categories: Rwanda


Healing, Reconciliation, Forgiving and the Prevention of Violence after Genocide or Mass Killing: An Intervention and Its Experimental Evaluation in Rwanda.

Staub, Ervin, Laurie Anne Pearlman, Alexandra Gubin and Athanase Hagengimana 

Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, Volume: 24, Issue 3 (2005)

 Category: Rwanda


Healing the roots of genocide in Rwanda

Staub, Ervin Pearlman, Laurie Anne Miller, Vachel

Peace Review; Sep 2003, Vol. 15 Issue 3.

Categories: Rwanda


Performative functions of genocide trials in Rwanda: Reconciliation through restorative justice?

Carla De Ycaza

http://www.ajol.info/index.php/ajcr/article/E260/63317/51201

Categories: Rwanda

Public Education through Radio to Prevent Violence, Promote Trauma Healing and Reconciliation, and Build Peace in Rwanda and the Congo


Reconciliation after Genocide, Mass Killing, or Intractable Conflict: Understanding the Roots of Violence, Psychological Recovery, and Steps toward a General Theory

Staub, Ervin 

Political Psychology Vol. 27, No. 6 (Dec., 2006), pp. 867-894

Categories: Reconciliation, Theory (General), Rwanda


Reconciliation in Post-Genocide Rwanda

 Zorbas, Eugenia

African Journal of Legal Studies, Volume 1, Number 1, May 2004 , pp. 29-52(24)

 Category: Rwanda

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Should Approaches to Post-conflict Justice and Reconciliation be Determined Globally, Nationally or Locally?

Alexander Betts

The European Journal of Development Research Volume 17, Issue 4, 2005, Pages 735 - 752.

Categories: Reconciliation, Theory (General), Rwanda


Social work with victims of genocide: The Alternatives to Violence Project

Linda M. Kreitzer, Mary Kay Jou

International Social Work January 2010 vol. 53 no. 1 73-86

Categories: Rwanda, Trauma and Healing

The Necessity and Challenges of Establishing a Truth and Reconciliation Commission in Rwanda

Jeremy Sarkin

Human Rights Quarterly Vol. 21, No. 3 (Aug., 1999), pp. 767-823.

Categories: Truth and Reconciliation Commission, Rwanda
 

 Sarkin , J.

Journal of African Law, (2001), 45: 143-172.

Categories: Transitional Justice, Rwanda

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The Trauma of Truth Telling: Effects of Witnessing in the Rwandan Gacaca Courts on Psychological Health


TRANSFORMATIVE JUSTICE: CHARTING A PATH TO RECONCILIATION


Transitional Justice: Lessons from Rwanda


Trauma and PTSD Symptoms in Rwanda Implications for Attitudes Toward Justice and Reconciliation

Pham, Phuong N., Harvey M. Weinstein and Timothy Longman

Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) 2004, 292(5): 602-612

Categories: Trauma and Healing, Rwanda

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Truth, Justice, and Reconciliation in Africa Issues and Cases

Lyn Graybill and Kimberly Lanegra

African Studies Quarterly, Volume 8, Issue 1, Fall 2004

Categories:  Sierra Leone, South Africa, Rwanda, Transitional Justice

We Suffer Our Memories: Thinking About the Past, Healing, and Reconciliation

Hayes, Grahame

 American Imago - Volume 55, Number 1, Spring 1998, pp. 29-50

Categories: TRC, Rwanda

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