Aegis Trust Short Course

The Short Course will be on Genocide and Mass Atrocities: Actors, Causes and Responses.

Lectures will be delivered by Rwandan and international scholars with expertise on the various listed topics including the following;

Prof. Paul Rutayisire (CCM) is a Professor of Modern African History and Rwandan History at the Center for Conflict Management, College of Arts and Social Sciences, University of Rwanda. His areas of Expertise are; “History of the Catholic Church in Rwanda” and the “1994 genocide against the Tutsi” which are also his area of the most recent publications.

Dr. Agée Mugabe Shyaka (CCM) holds a PhD degree in the same field from the Universite Catholique de Louvain, Belgium (2005-2009). His areas of specialization include Post conflict reconstruction, Conflict Transformation, Transitional Justice, Policy Making and Good Governance and Gender among other subjects.

Dr. Felix M. Ndahinda (Aegis Trust) is the Director of Aegis Trust’s Research, Policy and Higher Education (RPHE) in a consultative capacity. He was formerly an Assistant Professor at Tilburg Law School’s International Victimology Institute Tilburg. His academic interests cover transitional Justice, peacebuilding, politics of identification (identity, ethnicity, and nationalism), minority and indigenous issues.

Dr. Nicola Palmer (KCL-London) is Lecturer in Criminal Law; Dickson Poon School of Law; King’s College, London. As a lecturer in criminal law Dr Palmer undertakes research in international criminal law, transitional justice and the compatibility of plural responses to violence.

Jason Mosley (Oxford-JEAS) is an Associate Fellow of the Africa Programme at Chatham House, a Research Associate at the African Studies Centre of Oxford University, and a (non-resident) Public Policy Fellow, Heritage Institute for Policy Studies, Mogadishu. He is also Managing Editor of the Journal of Eastern African Studies.

Dr. Phil Clark (SOAS-London) is Reader in Comparative and International Politics, with reference to Africa. Dr Clark is a political scientist specializing in conflict and post-conflict issues in Africa, particularly questions of peace, truth, justice and reconciliation.

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Kigali Genocide Memorial (Ubutwari Room)
KG 14 Ave, Kigali
16th to 20th July 2018

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