The article discusses on the history of the Rwanda Genocide of 1994 and the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) and different systems of justice that should be involved in prosecuting Jean Bosco Uwinkindi, the suspect of the mass killing at the Rwanda Genocide. It also mentions that three separate processes undertaken in Uwinkindi's gacaca court hearings, including truth-telling, truth-hearing, and truth-shaping.
Mediation as the Key to the Successful Transfer of the Case of Jean-Bosco Uwinkindi from the Jurisdiction of the ICTR to the Republic of Rwanda,
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