Engaged Learning Collection

Contributor(s)

Dr. Rick Halperin

Publication Date

5-2013

Abstract

This paper will use testimonial evidence from the people I interviewed in Rwanda and examine the question: What is the status of recovery and reconstruction in Rwanda since the genocide? In order to answer this question, I will first start out by providing a historical analysis of Rwanda, politically, economically and socially. Then, I will highlight both the achievements and challenges in Rwanda from a political, economical and social perspective since the genocide. I will also weigh in on the Gacaca courts and the work of nongovernmental organizations

Document Type

Article

Keywords

Rwanda, human rights, Engaged Learning 2013

Disciplines

African History | Arts and Humanities | History

Extent

35 pages

Format

.pdf

Rights

The files in this collection are protected by copyright law. No commercial reproduction or distribution of these files is permitted without the written permission of Southern Methodist University, Office of the Provost. These files may be freely used for educational purposes, provided they are not altered in any way, and Southern Methodist University is cited. For more information, contact ncds@smu.edu.

Language

English

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