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Peace-building courses in Rwanda help next generation learn from past | Veronique Mistiaen, guardian.co.uk

More than 60% of Rwanda’s population is under the age of 24, so their understanding of the genocide is shaped by their families and communities. “There are resentments and ideologies that children learn from their parents and wider communities, and these feelings pose a threat to long-term stability and the economic and social development of the country,” says Dr James Smith, CEO of the Aegis Trust.

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