14 films Found
A quarter of a century on from the Rwandan genocide, the nation is still recovering. Attempts are being made to build a new Rwandan identity, but for many survivors the wounds are still fresh.
Rwanda's Gacaca courts have become a model for a peaceful society. 15 years after the genocide and with thousands of culprits sentenced by the courts, is Rwanda ready to surmount its tragic history?
In 1994 the Rwandan genocide saw the horrific massacre of over 500,000 Tutsis at the hands of the Hutus over the course of 100 days. Today's Rwanda is fast emerging as a beacon of hope for the African continent having registered exponential growth in major economic sectors.
When the genocide ended, many women formed associations to rebuild their communities. Thirteen years on, these associations have redefined the role of women in Rwandan society.
Eco-tourism is helping to ensure the survival of the world's last wild mountain gorillas. Tourists pay up to $650 a day for the privilege of watching these animals in their natural habitat.
Did a UN employee participate in the genocide in Rwanda and use UN equipment to track down his victims? Why did the UN continue to employ him after these allegations emerged?
This is a documentary about the widows of Rwanda's genocide and their attempt to rebuild their lives.
Special Assignment takes a look at the genocide in Rwanda and where those who were responsible are now.