The Rwandan Experience
RWANDA AND SOUTH AFRICA IN DIALOGUE: ADDRESSING THE LEGACIES OF GENOCIDE AND A CRIME AGAINST HUMANITY, pp.41-45, Charles Villa-Vicencio and Tyrone Savage, eds., Institute of Justice and Reconciliation, 2001.
5 Pages Posted: 13 Sep 2011 Last revised: 14 Sep 2011
Date Written: 2001
This piece -- co-authored by Zachary D. Kaufman and Pierre St. Hilaire -- compares Transitional Justice in Rwanda and South Africa. This piece is published in the book, “Rwanda and South Africa in Dialogue: Addressing the Legacies of Genocide and a Crime Against Humanity,” co-edited by Charles Villa-Vicencio and Tyrone Savage and published by the Institute of Justice and Reconciliation.
Keywords: Transitional Justice, Retributive Justice, Restorative Justice, Retribution, Forgiveness, Rwanda, South Africa, Truth and Reconciliation Commission, Rwandan Patriotic Front, Nuremberg Tribunal, Germany, Nazis, Hutu, Tutsi, United Nations, UN Security Council, ICTR, Gacaca, Human Rights, Genocide
Suggested Citation: Suggested Citation