Recent studies on mass violence have turned the spotlight on the resilience of targeted individuals and communities.
Rwandan authors have long been sidelined in debates about Rwanda and other conflict-affected societies.
An expert on rape during war examines the emerging evidence from Ukraine that Russian soldiers raped Ukrainian women and explains the role rape plays in conflicts.
Vladimir Putin has justified his invasion of Ukraine with baseless claims that Ukraine is committing genocide. It isn’t the first time a political leader has cried genocide for political means.
Canada has officially recognized eight genocides that have happened around the world. It has not done the same for its own treatment of Indigenous children who they sent to Indian Residential Schools.
A survey of the commemorations since 2014 reveals the politicking behind the writing of history and Rwanda’s place in the world.
Scholars who study dangerous speech have identified common themes that can lead to violence.
Learning from what actually worked during the United Nations’ infamously ineffective 1994 peacekeeping mission in Rwanda may save lives in the future.
Although many years have passed, the Rwandan genocide still has much to teach us about the centrality of media in cases of state violence.
The Rwanda Tribunal convicted people for indescribably horrific crimes and some are asking for early release.
After the 1994 genocide, Rwanda pivoted towards the Anglophone world. But not entirely.
While his appointment as UN Secretary-General was a huge breakthrough, Kofi Annan also led the organisation through some of its ugliest moments.
Is it always good to talk about violent pasts? Sixty Rwandan youths participated in a research project that aimed to understand the perspectives of people born of rapes committed during the genocide
Hollywood’s sexual predation scandals are just the tip of the iceberg. One in three women worldwide has been physically or sexually assaulted, and many girls’ first sexual experience is forced.