How reconciliation villages have fostered cohesion
One hardly forgives a violent felony but, as Nelson Mandela put it, it always seems impossible until it is done. In Rwanda, after the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi, which left a million innocent people dead, genocide was perpetrated against neighbours by neighbours and it would not be cynicism for one to think that this 'neighbourliness' would not reemerge for generations to come.
Genocide survivors and perpetrators interacting. (Doreen Umutesi)