Memory cultures

Podcast

Episode 18: The Erased in Slovenia

On 26 February 1992, without prior warning, the newly independent Slovenian state erased more than 25 thousand of its residents from the register. The erasure and its devastating...

Episode 14: Memory in Post-Genocide Rwanda

How is the 1994 genocide remembered in today’s Rwanda? How do Rwandans make sense of their experiences of the genocide and its aftermath? In this episode, we are discussing...

Episode 12: The Search for the Disappeared in G...

What is the role of forensic anthropology in the post-conflict context? In this episode, we are talking about the search for the disappeared and victims of the internal armed...

Episode 10: Why Do People Participate in Genocide?

Why do people participate in genocide? What motivates the individuals to become perpetrators? In this episode, we’re talking about the genocide, its perpetration,...

Episode 3: Amoral Communities

How and why does wartime violence against civilians occur in the communities that have lived together in peace for a long time? Why does this happen in some local-level...

About the project:

Memory Cultures in Dialogue is a podcast and blog of the Humanitarian Law Center. The project is supported by NIWANO Peace Foundation from Japan.

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Email: kulturesecanja@hlc-rdc.org