Race, Ethnicity and Gender Inequality in the Rwanda Genocide

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According to Melvern (2006), not since the World War II had the world witnessed so many deaths as a result of ethnic conflict. Apart from the deaths, other victims were displaced internally in their country while some Rwandans fled to other countries. Today, the survivors continue to experience psychological and emotional problems...
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Within the African continent, Rwanda ranks 5th in terms of area size and prior to the conflict had the highest population density on the continent. This population density played a role in fostering the conflict. Straus (2006) notes that the Rwandan population was about seven million people before the 1994 genocide...
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