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Women and the Rwanda Genocide
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By: Anika Oettler-German Institute of Global and Area
While the Guatemalan Truth Commission came to the conclusion that agents of the state had committed acts of genocide in the early 1980s, fundamental questions remain. Should we indeed speak of the massacres committed between 1981 and 1983 in Guatemala as “geno- cide”, or would “ethnocide” be the more appropriate term? In addressing these questions, this paper focuses on the intentions of t...
By: Kathe Schirmacher (member of the right wing party)
German-born Käthe Schirmacher studied at the Sorbonne, worked for a time in England, and earned a doctorate in Zürich. She traveled around Europe delivering lectures on various aspects of German culture and women's issues. She co-founded the Association of Progressive Women's Groups and the World Association for Women Suffrage in 1904. During World War I, her politics shifted rightward; after th...
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