Accountability after Genocide

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Accountability after Genocide

The author looks at how Rwanda has worked to prosecute the perpetrators of genocide, remember its victims, and move forward which is an enormous undertaking. It set up the Gacaca courts, which reviewed nearly 2 million trials in under a decade, and as thus, Rwanda provides a case study in local legal adaptation toward accountability.

  • Author
    Hollie Nyseth Brehm
  • Year of publication
    2017
  • Title of journal or book
    Sage Journals Vol 16, 2017 Issue 4
  • Publisher
    Sage Journals
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