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Speaker: Adama Dieng (Special Adviser, Office of the Special Adviser on the Prevention of Genocide (OSASPG))
The Genocide Against the Tutsi took place in 1994, when nearly one million Tutsi and moderate Hutu were killed in just 100 days in the small, land-locked country of Rwanda. What lessons can we learn about UN intervention, genocide prevention, and the power of humanity 25 years after the world’s tragedy? From personal insights based on Adama Dieng’s rich career in public and international service, he will discuss how we can engage to create a world free of identity-based violence.