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Submissions from 2015

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How We Saved Ourselves: A Look at the Positive Coping Strategies the Orphans of the 1994 Genocide against Tutsis Implemented During Bereavement, Gregory Barber, Morehouse College

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The Effectiveness of Political Quotas in Representing Rwandan Citizens, Sarah Duncan, Hamilton College

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Storytelling as Self-Empowerment: A Case Study of AVEGA Beneficiaries in Post-Genocide Rwanda, Lauren Garretson, Elon University

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God in Pre- and Post- Genocide Rwanda: Understanding People’s Perspectives, Ben Weinberg, Drake University

Submissions from 2013

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Development Narratives: How Rwandans Perceive, Re-Make, and Re-Imagine Themselves Within and Without Government Development Programs, Katy Lindquist, Colby College

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Sexual Education for Youth in Rwanda: A Case Study of Methods, Effectiveness, and Response at the Kimisagara One Stop Youth Center, Leslie Massicotte, Earlham College

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Filmmaking, Reconciliation & Peacebuilding in Rwanda: Challenges and Opportunities., Kierran Petersen, George Washington University

Submissions from 2011

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Relative Democracy: Rwandan Perspectives on Representative Government, Gabriel C.J.M. Nahmias, Emory University

Submissions from 2010

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Faith & Reconciliation: A Study of Christian Forgiveness in Post-Genocide Rwanda, Brynn Muir, Augustana College

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Justice Sector Reform in Rwanda: A Space of Contention or Consensus?, Maria Sebastian, University of Richmond

Submissions from 2009

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Ugandan by Birth, Proud by Circumstance: A Look at Pride and Patriotism in Northern Uganda, Hannah Detig, Illinois Wesleyan University

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Teaching Peace: An Exploration in Youth Peace Building Through Peace Education Programs in Gulu Municipality, Northern Uganda, Julia Firestone, Hampshire College

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Alienation in Acholiland: War, Privatization, and Land Displacement in Northern Uganda, Nicole Kligerman, Macalester College