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Representatives of the University travel to this African country to promote reconciliation processes that have taken place there since 1994

Foto Ruanda WEBThe genocide of Hutus against Tutsis that ravaged Rwanda in 1994 left deep scars among the people of Rwanda. Since that year, different initiatives have been taken to promote processes of forgiveness and reconciliation that have flourished in this country since that sad episode. María Prieto, Professor of Psychology in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, and Ángela Ordóñez, of the Inditex Chair for Refugees and Forced Migrants, have recently been invited to Rwanda to study all of these initiatives that have been underway for more than 20 years.

 



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