For information on the Rwandan Genocide:


Frontline: Valentina’s Nightmare  - PBS Frontline episode on the Rwandan genocide, originally aired 1997.


The Triumph of Evil  PBS Frontline episode on the (lack of) international response to the genocide, originally aired in 1999.


Leave None to Tell the Story  1999 Human Rights Watch report


Sexual Violence during the Genocide - 1998 Report of the U.N. Special Rapporteur on violence against women during the genocide.


Two good books on the genocide are:


The Rwanda Crisis: History of a Genocide, by Gerard Prunier and  We Wish To Inform You Tomorrow We Will Be Killed With Our Families: Stories from Rwanda by Philip Gourevitch.


For information on Trauma:


International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies – The society’s home page has good information about trauma as well as many good links.


National Center for PTSD – another good resource for information on trauma. 


International Trauma Studies Program at NYUThis program provides training to those serving trauma survivors.


Traumatic Stress Institute — a good resource for information on traumatic stress.  You can also find information about TREATI, the organization sponsoring our work.


For information on Human Rights:


Both Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch publish reports on  human rights conditions in countries all over the world.  


You may also be interested in the UMASS Peace Psychology Program or Radio La Benevolencija, our partner on the radio project.




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