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1 Book Launch: 'East West Street: On the Origins of Genocide and Crimes Against Humanity' Prof Philippe Sands (QC) presents his new book in a colloquium with Prof Dapo Akande and Dr Stephen Humphreys in the OTJR series. Philippe Sands, Dapo Akande, Stephen Humphreys 13 Apr 2017
2 A Conspiracy to Commit Genocide: Anti-Fertility Research in Apartheid South Africa's Chemical and Biological Weapons Programme Dr Miles Jackson gives a talk fo the OTJR seminar seires on the 4th May 2016. Miles Jackson 12 May 2016
3 When the diaspora takes charge: state making and diaspora return in Rwanda Simon Turner explores state and nation building in Rwanda since its 1994 genocide Simon Turner 23 Feb 2016
4 Creative Commons Conflicts and Post-Conflicts Dynamics (DRC and Rwanda): Occult Beliefs versus Modern Politics, Truth versus Justice and Justice versus Peace Alex Ntung provides insight into the significance of occult beliefs in the construction of modern political ideologies Alex Ntung, Kalypso Nicolaidis 11 Jun 2014
5 Creative Commons Catastrophic dehumanization Professor Thomas Homer-Dixon gives a talk on Dehumanization for the Oxford Martin School Public Lectures series. Introduced by Professor Ian Goldin. Thomas Homer-Dixon 19 May 2012
6 Creative Commons The Legitimation of Criminal Justice in Post-Genocide Rwanda: international, national and localised courts Dr Nikki Palmer (Oxford) gives a talk for the African Studies Centre seminar series on 8th February. Nikki Palmer 21 Feb 2012
7 Local Justice for genocide? Debating Accountability, Power and Reconciliation in Rwanda Panel Discussion Dr. Phil Clark recently published 'The Gacaca Courts, Post-Genocide Justice and Reconciliation in Rwanda: Justice without Lawyers'. Phil Clark, Nicola Palmer, Harry Verhoeven, Astrid Jamar 10 Mar 2011
8 Creative Commons Politics and Genocide: Rwanda (African Studies Seminar) Dr Omar McDoom (London School of Economics) looks at a single community in southern Rwanda, using spatial mapping, in order to understand why some people chose to kill during the violence and others did not. Omar McDoom 06 Mar 2011
9 Australia: A Continuing Genocide? Director for the Centre for International Human Rights Dr Damien Short gives a talk for the 2011 Hilary term Oxford Transitional Justice Research Seminar Series. Damien Short 08 Feb 2011
10 Rwanda and the Great Lakes: A personal view from the Oxfam Archive This podcast is the second part of a recording made on 25 August 2005 as part of the Oxfam Archive Oral History project and is an interview with Maurice Herson, he had many interesting and challenging times with Oxfam including in the Great Lakes crisis. John Magrath, Maurice Herson 11 Aug 2010
11 Justice after Atrocity: A Cosmopolitan Pluralist Approach Why do ordinary people perpetrate genocide and crimes against humanity? How can these perpetrators be held accountable? Are international prosecutions effective? Is imprisonment a fitting punishment? Mark Drumbl 29 Jan 2009