30th Anniversary of the Rwandan Genocide

30th Anniversary of the Rwandan Genocide

April 5, 20242 min read

This Saturday is the 30th anniversary of the Rwandan genocide is a solemn occasion that holds profound significance for the public, reminding us of the horrors of mass violence and the importance of remembrance, reconciliation, and prevention.

This event matters as it serves as a stark reminder of the devastating consequences of ethnic hatred and political violence, urging us to confront past atrocities and work towards building a more just and inclusive society. By reflecting on the lessons learned from the Rwandan genocide, we can strive to prevent similar tragedies from occurring in the future and promote peace, tolerance, and understanding.

Story angles of interest to a broad audience may include:

  1. Commemorating the victims and survivors of the Rwandan genocide
  2. Examining the root causes and historical context of the genocide
  3. The role of international community in responding to the genocide and lessons learned
  4. Efforts towards reconciliation, justice, and healing in Rwanda
  5. Addressing the long-term impact of the genocide on Rwandan society and its diaspora
  6. Strategies for preventing genocide and mass atrocities in the future.

Connect with an Expert about the Rwandan Genocide

For journalists with questions or looking to cover the Rwandan Genocide, what caused it and the state of Rwanda today here is a select list of experts.

To search our full list of experts visit www.expertfile.com

Richard A. Wilson, Ph.D.

Gladstein Distinguished Chair of Human Rights and Board of Trustees Distinguished Professor · University of Connecticut

Glen Duerr, Ph.D.

Professor of International Studies · Cedarville University

Stephen Sloan, B.B.A., M.A., PhD.

Director of Institute for Oral History, Associate Professor of History · Baylor University

Lisa A. Costello

Professor, Writing and Linguistics & Director, Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies Program · Georgia Southern University

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