Judge Meron is Betraying Justice for Rwanda’s Genocide Survivors


By Jina Moore*

In July, 1993, an eleven-year-old named Damas Dukundane got a new pair of shoes. His mother bought them, unused, and paired them with a new blue suit. Continue reading


Polarisation over ‘too big’ genocide report



The Genocide Against the Tutsi in Rwanda remains a source of heated, antagonistic debate. Even academic journals set aside professional ethics when convenient, regardless of the consequences for the victims.

By Jos van Oijen Continue reading