After the genocide in Rwanda : testimonies of violence, change and reconciliation
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After the genocide in Rwanda : testimonies of violence, change and reconciliation / edited by Hannah Grayson, Nicki Hitchcott, Laura Blackie and Stephen Joseph.
|Other authors:||Grayson, Hannah, (Editor)Hitchcott, Nicki, (Editor)Blackie, Laura, (Editor)Joseph, Stephen, (Editor)|
Since the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi, Rwanda has undergone a remarkable period of reconstruction. Driven by a governmental programme of unity and reconciliation, the last twenty-five years have seen significant changes at national, community, and individual levels. This book gathers previously unpublished testimonies from individuals who lived through the genocide. These are the voices of those who experienced one of the most horrific events of the twentieth century. Their stories do not simply paint a picture of lives left destroyed and damaged; they also demonstrate healing relationships, personal growth, forgiveness and reconciliation. Through the lens of positive psychology, the book presents a range of perspectives on what happened in Rwanda in 1994, and shows how people have been changed by their experience of genocide.
|Other authors:||Grayson, Hannah, (Editor), Hitchcott, Nicki, (Editor), Blackie, Laura, (Editor), Joseph, Stephen, (Editor)|
London ; New York :
WER967.571043 / 535761
Genocide > Rwanda > History > 20th century.
International library of African studies.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 195-199).