Websites for further information
USC Shoah Foundation –
Steven Spielberg founded the Institute in 1994 to videotape and preserve interviews with survivors and other witnesses of the Holocaust. The USC Shoah Foundation – The Institute for Visual History and Education aims to overcome prejudice, intolerance, and bigotry—and the suffering they cause—through the educational use of the Institute’s visual history testimonies.
Rwanda Library –
In 2012, Donald Miller and Lorna Touryan Miller conducted interviews with survivors of the Rwandan genocide. This website shares some of these eyewitness accounts of the events and experiences of 1994.
Rwandan Stories –
Rwandan Stories is a close-up look at the genocide and recovery in Rwanda. The website offers educational videos, curriculum resources for teachers, and videotaped stories shared by individuals who survived the genocide.
Growth Initiative Project –
A psychological research project led by Dr Eranda Jayawickreme that aims to investigate the behavioural markers of post-traumatic growth in clinical samples in the United States, civil-war affected samples in Sri Lanka and genocide-affected populations in Rwanda. Laura Blackie (our former Research Fellow) was previously based at Wake Forest University on this project.