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  1. 1. Bibliography of References/Resources: Rwanda Case Study Bibliography: African Charter on Human & People’s Rights (Banjul, 1981): Barigye, Tony. Rwanda: NUR Adds Civic and Peace Education to Curriculum . New Times of Rwanda, 26 November 2008, Kigali Rwanda Benesch, S. (2004). Inciting Genocide, Pleading Free Speech. World Policy Journal, 21, 62-69. Bond, Patrick (2006). ‘Looting Africa; the Economics of Exploitation.’ University of KwaZulu Natal Press & Zed Books. New York, London and Johannesburg. CIA World Factbook Online de Waal, A. (1997). Famine Crimes; Politics and the Disaster Relief Industry in Africa. London & Indiana: Africa Rights & the International African Institute with Indiana University Press. Davidson, Basil (1992). The Black Man’s Burden: Africa and the Curse of the Nation- State. New York, NY: Three Rivers Press. Diamond, Jared (1997). ‘Guns, Germs And Steel: the Fates Of Human Society.’ New York, NY: W. W. Norton & Company Fanon, Frantz (1965). A Dying Colonialism. New York, NY: Grove Press. Gourevitch, P. (1998). We wish to inform you that tomorrow we will be killed with our families; Stories from Rwanda. New York: Picador USA Graybill, L. (2004). Ten Years After, Rwanda Tries Reconciliation. Current History, 103, 202-205. Human Rights Watch (2005) World Report 2005: Index for Rwanda. Retrieved 1 December from Human Rights Watch, ‘Law And Reality: Progress in Judicial Reform in Rwanda.’ Human Rights Watch. 2008, New York, NY. Kinzer, Stephen (2008). A Thousand Hills: Rwanda’s Rebirth and the Man Who Dreamed It. Colorado Springs, Colorado: John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Mamdani, M. (2001) When Victims Become Perpetrators; Colonialism, Nativism and the
  2. 2. Genocide in Rwanda. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. Mgbako, C. (2005). Ingando Solidarity Camps: Reconciliation and Political Indoctrination in Post-Genocide Rwanda. Harvard Human Rights Journal, 18, 201-225. National Unity & Reconciliation Commission, Rwanda: Norwegian Refugee Council (2005). Ensuring durable solutions for Rwanda’s displaced people: a chapter closed too early. Submitted to the Global IDP Project. Pottier, J. (2002). Re-Imagining Rwanda: Conflict, Survival and Disinformation in the Late Twentieth Century. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. Republic of Rwanda Ministry of Public Service and Labour, ‘Five Year Action Plan for Youth Employment Promotion’ Provisional Final Version : October 2005 Reyntjens, F. (2004). Rwanda, Ten Years On: From Genocide to Dictatorship. African Affairs, 103, 177-210. Rodney, Walter (1972 ). How Europe Under-developed Africa. Great Britain: Walter Rodney. Universal Declaration of Human Rights: Universal Declaration of Human Rights (Arabic): UN Cyber School Bus  Resources for teachers and learners (Arabic): arabic/cybrschl/ ; (English) UNESCO Institute for Statistics, ‘Literacy and Non-Formal Education Section: Literacy Statistics Metadata Table.’ September 2006 UNESCO Online Uvin, P. (1998). Aiding Violence; the Development Enterprise in Rwanda. West Hartford, CT: Kumarian Press. Uvin, P. (2001). Difficult choices in the new post-conflict agenda: the international community in Rwanda after the genocide. Third World Quarterly, 22, 177-189. Uvin, P. & Mironko, C. (2003). Western and Local Approaches to Justice in Rwanda. Global Governance, 9, 219-231. World Bank (2002). The Government of Rwanda Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper. Submitted to National Poverty Reduction Programme & Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning.
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