Conflict, Memory, and Reconciliation: Bridging past, present, and future

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ABOUT THE SYMPOSIUM

SIT Study Abroad and the SIT Graduate Institute, in partnership with the Center for Conflict Management at the National University of Rwanda, held an interdisciplinary symposium on Conflict, Memory, and Reconciliation: Bridging past, present, and future in Kigali, Rwanda, January 10-13, 2012 convening scholars and practitioners in the fields of memory, reconciliation, conflict transformation, peace and conflict studies, and human rights. View the schedule here


PROGRAM THEMES


KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

Elizabeth Jelin, PhD, Senior Researcher, Argentine National Scientific & Technical Research Council

Anastase Shyaka, PhD, Executive Secretary, Rwanda Governance Advisory Council


SPONSORSHIP

SIT wishes to extend its deepest thanks to Susan and David Plimpton for their sponsorship of the Rwanda symposium through the Susan and David Plimpton Africa Innovation Fund. This sponsorship allowed participation by Rwandan nationals who otherwise would have otherwise been unable to attend and thereby broadened the impact of this important academic event.

Abstracts

Tuesday, January 10th
Wednesday, January 11th
Thursday, January 12th
Friday, January 13th
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