Post Tagged with: "International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda"

The Failures of Bystanders to Prevent or Stop the Genocide in Rwanda

The Failures of Bystanders to Prevent or Stop the Genocide in Rwanda

Part of the responsibility for the 1994 Rwandan genocide lies with the bystanders who watched the event unfold and did little to prevent it from happening.

The Gacaca Courts in Rwanda: Contradictory Hybridity

The Gacaca Courts in Rwanda: Contradictory Hybridity

The gacaca courts, which deal with crimes related to the 1994 genocide, are very well known, but their actual functioning and legacy remain little understood.

A Legacy Deferred?: The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda at 20 Years

A Legacy Deferred?: The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda at 20 Years

20 years after the genocide, the work of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda has shown once again how justice is indispensable for sustainable peace.

Sex and International Tribunals: The Erasure of Gender from the War Narrative

Sex and International Tribunals: The Erasure of Gender from the War Narrative

The prosecution of wartime sexual violence in Africa has created a debasing narrative about the bodies of African women, raising doubts over justice’s impartiality and independence from local influences.

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