Why “never again” keeps happening: Genocide and human rights abuses in Rwanda, Darfur, and Bosnia

1 April 2015 17:30 - 1 April 2015 19:00 Add to Calendar 1-04-2015 17:30:00 1-04-2015 19:00:00 36 Why “never again” keeps happening: Genocide and human rights abuses in Rwanda, Darfur, and Bosnia DD/MM/YYYY

Talk from journalist and human rights activist, Rebecca Tinsley.

Location: Knapp Gallery, Regent's University London, Park campus

Rebecca Tinsley is a journalist and human rights activist who has worked in nine African countries. She is the founder of Waging Peace, a London-based group campaigning on Darfur, and Network for Africa, a charity working with survivors of genocide. Tinsley is also a writer, whose most recent novel, When the Stars Fall to Earth is based on her interviews with the courageous survivors of the genocide in Darfur.

All welcome. Contact Kate Fanning for further information.

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