Research type: Newspaper Article
Experts push for archiving to preserve genocide memory
Archiving genocide facts has significant implications on not only preserving evidence but also on building strong foundations for the country’s socio-economic development and preserving the historical facts for present and future generations to learn from. Experts said this during a meeting hosted by King’s College London and Aegis Trust, in Kigali, which discussed digital archives, memory and reconstruction in Rwanda.
Themes: Memory, identity and narrativeLeave feedback View Web Link Here