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building peace film, Rwandan Stories

Building peace

BUILDING PEACE
Rwandan people are amazing! They’ve lived through things that are
unimaginable. They’ve seen the worst that human beings can be, and now
they seem determined to replace that with the best... more
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An experiment in justice

RESTORATIVE JUSTICE
In 1998 the government started looking at the possibility of re-introducing
Rwanda’s traditional community justice process called gacaca. It was a
controversial idea. Was it wise to deal with genocide crimes by handing
over the responsibility to the community?... more
An experiment in recovery

Back from the edge

REBUILDING CONNECTIONS
“When you think of what this country has gone through and look at where
it is now, you can hardly believe it.” But with the genocide in living
memory, maintaining social stability is a complicated challenge... more

An experiment in recovery

REBUILDING CONNECTIONS
Across the country, in thousands of towns and villages, the population is
taking part in an experiment in recovery which touches every area of life.
... more

A new Rwanda

REBUILDING CONNECTIONS
History, colonialism, China's economic influence... these are all areas
which are shaping the new Rwanda. Rwandans are finding themselves regularly
pushed to re-think what it meant to be a Rwandan.... more
People who killed

What about people who killed?

PEOPLE WHO KILLED
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Sorry: bringing it home

PEOPLE WHO KILLED
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Conventional v restorative justice
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An overloaded system

RESTORATIVE


Source: www.rwandanstories.org/recovery.html


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