Posts Tagged ‘Genocide’


International Institute for Genocide & Human Rights Studies

The institute is engaged in research, publication and education in the field of genocide and human rights. This is achieved through comparitive and interdisciplinary analysis of such cases as the Holocaust, the Armenian Genocide, Cambodia and Rwanda, among others. The institute strives to show through a comparitive approach that genocide is a shared human experience [...]

Author: Ivana Ivakic
Posted on: March 24, 2011

Radio & Rwanda Genocide (in Dutch)

This bachelor-thesis is about the role of RTLM during the Rwanda Genocide of 1994.
In the years after the genocide of Rwanda, the involvement of Hutu radiostation ‘RTLM’ has been established.
In this research paper, the actual level of involvement is studied. This is done by the usage of secundaire literature,
because this is a literature review. In [...]

Genocide prevention

This thesis is about genocide prevention and describes information intervention as a reaction to hate speech and propaganda. This thesis is in Dutch.

Genocide Watch

Genocide Watch exists to predict, prevent, stop, and punish genocide and other forms of mass murder. We seek to raise awareness and influence public policy concerning potential and actual genocide. Our purpose is to build an international movement to prevent and stop genocide.
This organization is interesting for this website because it explains eight stages to [...]

Author: Eva Dekker
Posted on: November 5, 2010

The Use of Propaganda in the Rwandan Genocide; A Study of RTLM

This thesis analyzes the use of propaganda through RTLM in the genocide in 1994. The purpose of it is to develop a further understanding of its role.

Docu: The Milosevic Case

The Milosevic Case
The aftermath of the war stricken the Balkan area, world opinion seems to be unanimous about the guilt of former president Slobodan Milosevic. He is responsible for the massacres, genocide and crimes against humanity and has to stand trial in the International Criminal Tribunal of the former Yugoslavia in The Hague. Jos de [...]

Author: Yvonne Roerdink
Posted on: September 15, 2010

The roots of evil: The origins of genocide and other group violence.

Staub, E. (1989). The roots of evil: The origins of genocide and other group violence. New York: Cambridge University Press.
In this book Ervin Staub, a professor in psychology, writes about the psychologal aspects of a genocide. At first he explains what genocide is and how this is different from a ‘normal’ war. Then he talks [...]

Author: Eva Dekker
Posted on: July 7, 2010