International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR)
Established for the prosecution of persons responsible for genocide and other serious violations of international humanitarian law committed in the territory of Rwanda between 1 January 1994 and 31 December 1994.
Children of Rwanda's Genocide
Photographs of orphans and street children by Vanessa Vick, and accompanying essay, from the New York Times. Registration required.
US and the Genocide in Rwanda 1994, The
Collection of declassified U.S. government documents detailing how American policymakers failed to act during the genocide that decimated Rwanda in 1994.
Nonprofit that connects resources to Rwanda's genocide widows and orphans, child-headed households, street kids, prisoners, prostitutes, and the rural poor.
Frontline: The Triumph of Evil
1999 program describing how the West ignored the warnings of the 1994 Rwanda genocide and turned its back on the victims.
Frontline: Ghosts of Rwanda
Program devoted to the 10th anniversary of the genocide. Features articles, timeline, interviews, video excerpts, and information about the International Criminal Tribunal.
Rwanda, Land of Genocide
Features photos and an account of Rudy Brueggemann's 1997 trip to the country.
Frontline: Valentina's Nightmare
1997 program examining the Rwanda genocide through the story of a girl named Valentina, who survived the massacre of her family and neighbors at the church of Nyarubuye in April 1994.
Few Who Stayed: Defying Genocide in Rwanda, The
American RadioWorks documentary marking the 10th anniversary of the event. Includes the audio program, transcript, and links.