TIG – Community Service for Genocide Convicts

By Godfrey Ntagungira TIG is a Rwandan program allowing people found guilty of participating in the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsis to serve part of their sentences doing community services. TIG, “Travaux d’Intérêt Général,”is a French acronym meaning “community service as an alternative penalty to imprisonment.” This program is normally referred to as community services.
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