Talking Atrocities and Addressing Insecurity, August 2015
At a course held in Kigali, Rwanda last month the Royal Commonwealth Society (RCS) joined international academics, lawyers and peace building professionals. The objective of the week was to debate the nature of violence and ways of preventing it. See the RCS blog which discusses how the Commonwealth can contribute to reducing violence and insecurity: https://thercs.org/news/news-and-blog/talking-atrocities-and-addressing-insecurity/
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