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Lessons Learned in the Aftermath of the Rwandan Genocide

Published June 20, 2018

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Gary Haugen, founder of International Justice Mission, served as Director for the United Nations’ investigation in the aftermath of the Rwandan Genocide. In this clip, he describes the key insights that he gained in Rwanda and how it shaped his calling to fight injustice.

About the Author

Gary Haugen leads International Justice Mission (IJM), a worldwide agency rescuing victims of violence, exploitation, slavery and oppression. Recognized by the U.S. State Department as a Trafficking in Persons “Hero”—the highest honor given by the U.S. government for anti-slavery leadership—Haugen is the author of three books and has been featured in Foreign Affairs, The New York Times and Forbes.

Years at GLS 2008, 2017

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