Case Studies

Case Studies of Educational Restitution After Genocide

The efficacy of educational efforts after genocide reflects the history and post-genocide social make-up in each case study. Are the victims and perpetrators once again living together? Is the educational system able to support the teaching of history? Can the survivors study and analyze their own histories on their own? Is there ever a reasonable rationale for suppressing the teaching of ethnic group differences and the causes of the genocide?

Case Study: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia

Case Study: Rwanda

Case Study: The Tule River Tribe