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Holocaust Memorial Day 2014
Holocaust Memorial Day 2014 - presentation


Twenty Years On: Rwanda Remembered. ©. WorldAIMS. Rwanda Remembered. In 1994, the African country of Rwanda witnessed one of the most brutal and swift genocides in recent times.. Within the space of just 100 days it is estimated that over 800,000 Rwandans were killed..

Rwandan Genocide
Rwandan Genocide - presentation


By Justin Oates. The Beginning. King . Rwabugiri. a Tutsi, during his reign . unitied. all the regions of Rwanda under one central government in the late 19. th. century.. Chiefs from the royal court mostly Tutsi replaced the king in reigns like .

The Rwandan Genocide Daniela Aguero &  Nnenna Ezera
The Rwandan Genocide Daniela Aguero & Nnenna Ezera -


Rwanda. History/facts:. 85% of Rwandans are Hutus but for most of Rwandan history the country was dominated by the Tutsi minority.. Tutsi in early Rwandan society were in charge of the cattle while Hutu tended the land. .

THE 100 DAYS OF CONFLICT - presentation


The conflict between the Rwandan Tutsi and Hutu communities took place between April and June of 1994, and caused a massive genocide of an estimated 800,000 people, mostly consisting of Tutsis. The attacks began with two Hutu government officials being shot down in their plane, which Hutus believed was caused by the Rwandan Patriotic Front, a Tutsi rebellion group. The RPF, however, denies this. They believe the Hutus performed this act for an excuse to start war. .

Rwanda - presentation


Canada’s Peacekeeping Failure. 5Ws (Background). Who: Tutsi and Hutu. Tutsi. and . Hutu. – two main ethnic groups in Rwanda, Africa.. In the 1400s the Tutsi’s formed most of the population of nobility and the Hutu majority (85%) of the population was mostly poor peasants..

RWANDA - presentation


MWH - CORNING. GEoGRAPHY. Rwanda. , in east-central Africa, is surrounded by the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Uganda, Tanzania, and Burundi. . http://. www.babble.com/CS/blogs/strollerderby/2008/04/23-End/rwanda_sm00.jpg.

Rwanda Genocide
Rwanda Genocide - presentation


By: Cecilia, Elizabeth, and Anton 802. By: Cecilia. Introduction to Rwandan Genocide. What was the Rwanda Genocide ? . The . Rwanda Genocide involved the Hutus and the Tutsis. From April to July 1994, people of the Hutu ethnic majority killed approximately 800,000 people, a large percentage of the Tutsis ethnic minority. The genocide began by the death of the Rwandan President Juvenal .

Genocide in Rwanda The genocide began
Genocide in Rwanda The genocide began - presentation


on April 6, 1994, and for . the next . hundred days, up to 800,000 Tutsis were killed by Hutu militia using clubs and machetes . It was sparked . by death of Rwandan President Juvenal Habyarimana, a Hutu, when his plane was shot down above Kigali airport on April 6, 1994.

THE HUTUS AND TUTSIS - presentation


What is Colonialism?. Colonialism.  is the establishment, maintenance, acquisition and expansion of colonies in one territory by people from another territory. It is a process whereby the . metropole.

Conflicts in Africa
Conflicts in Africa - presentation


Democratic Republic of the Congo. Formerly called Zaire (1971-1997). 3. rd. largest country in Africa (land size). Second Congo War beginning in 1998 devastated the country. Involved 7 foreign armies.

By Prof. Silas LWAKABAMBA - presentation


Rector, NUR. National University of Rwanda. Universities' Role in Post-Genocide Reconciliation: . The Case of NUR. NUR History. The National University of Rwanda (NUR) is a public university founded in 1963. .

Ethnic violence through displacement of peoples resulting i
Ethnic violence through displacement of peoples resulting i - presentation


populations. Matt Harrington. Juliette Jamieson. (Genocide). Genocide in Rwanda . 1944 -- Hutu (85%) Tutsi (14%) Twa (1%). Early 1990's. Hutu extremists blamed Tutsi for . country's increasing political, social, .

Chapter 21: east
Chapter 21: east - presentation


africa. Physical geography. The great rift valley. Begins in Syria and ends in Mozambique. 2 branches:. 1) Western Rift Valley cuts through Tanzania, Burundi, Rwanda, and Uganda; Lake Tanganyika runs through center (one of world’s longest and deepest freshwater lakes).

Jon Maxwell
Jon Maxwell - presentation


Project report. BCM390, “Media, war and peace,” autumn session, 2013. University of Wollongong. The project report had two components. For details of the assignment see . http://www.bmartin.cc/classes/BCM390_13outline.pdf.

‘The Rwandan Girl Who Refused to Die’
‘The Rwandan Girl Who Refused to Die’ - presentation


By Fergal Keane . Yesterday we answered some general questions on the text. To make us think about text and some of its main concerns. . You then wrote a summary paragraph at home. . Yesterday you asked if you could see a non-fiction question from a Past Paper. Here is the 2007 example. .

Topic:  Genocide in Rwanda
Topic: Genocide in Rwanda - presentation


Aim: What was the impact of the tragic events in Rwanda? . Do Now:. What does the word “genocide” mean?. Write about a time and place where “genocide” occurred.. What is Genocide?. Genocide means actions committed with intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnical, racial or religious group..

National Commission for the Fight against Genocide
National Commission for the Fight against Genocide - presentation


(CNLG). KWIBUKA23 AND THE FIGHT AGAINST GENOCIDE DENIAL AND IDEOLOGY. Presented . by:. Jean-Damascène Gasanabo, PhD. Director General. Research and Documentation Center on Genocide. CNLG. Berlin, 7 April 2017.

Islam ( M ansa Musa) and Christianity (European colonization)
Islam ( M ansa Musa) and Christianity (European colonization - presentation


When a stronger nation takes over a weaker nation for resources. Bellringer. What is Imperialism?. What are the two most commonly practice religions in Africa?. Minority groups will not take care of the needs and desires for the majority groups. Also need to use force to maintain order. .

East Africa Travel and Tourism
East Africa Travel and Tourism -


What Countries are in East Africa?. Ethiopia. Somalia. Kenya. Tanzania. Mozambique. Zimbabwe. Zambia. Sudan. Burundi. Eritrea. Rwanda. Seychelles. Uganda. Djibouti. Physical Geography. Mostly plateaus.

The Rwandan Genocide
The Rwandan Genocide - presentation


UN Peacekeeping. Josh . H. ombrebueno. Background. Before the 1960’s, Rwanda was ruled by the country of Belgium. The Belgians favoured the ethnic group known as the “Tutsis”, who made up 15% of the nation’s population, because they looked more European than the other ethnic group known as the “Hutus”..

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