Campaign Against Genocide Museum

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Likened to the Churchill War Rooms in London, the Campaign Against Genocide Museum gives a vivid account of how the 1994 Rwanda genocide began and how it was stopped from a political and military perspective. This museum is located at Parliament in Kigali and is best visited after the Kigali Genocide Memorial as a means of gaining further background.

Written by Kathryn Nathanson

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