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'A Day In The Marshes' extended story

The old, the sick and parents with children spent their days hiding among the papyrus in the marshes

Gathering food at night"In the evening, after the killings, we scattered out into the night to dig in fields, collection manioc and beans. It was also the banana season. We ate raw for a month, hands filthy with mud, like louts. It was the same fate for adults as for little children, who no longer had the opportunity to drink maternal milk or…Read More
Jeremy
Jeremy Campaign leader

The ‘Understanding Genocide’ article is an in-depth article about genocide, using Rwanda as a case study to shows steps which could stop…Read More

Outreach Programme on the Rwanda Genocide and the United Nations

Background Information on Preventing Genocide "Preventing genocide is a shared responsibility. States must uphold their obligations under international law to prevent abuses and protect their populations. [...] Only by meeting these challenges can we match the resolve of the survivors and truly honour the memory of those who died in Rwanda 19…Read More
Jeremy
Jeremy Campaign leader

This article is a detailed account of what occurred in Rwanda leading up to and during the genocide of 1994. It also highlights what other…Read More

Genocide in Rwanda | United Human Rights Council

United Human Rights Council
Genocide in Rwanda In 1994, Rwanda’s population of seven million was composed of three ethnic groups: Hutu (approximately 85%), Tutsi (14%) and Twa (1%). In the early 1990s, Hutu extremists within Rwanda’s political elite blamed the entire Tutsi minority population for the country’s increasing social, economic, and political pressures. Tutsi…Read More
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