Rwandan Genocide of 1994:
The Race Against Time
One of the most memorable tragedies in history, the 1994 Rwandan genocide, costed an estimated 800,000 lives as a result of the prolonged ethnic conflict between the Hutus and the Tutsis. By carrying out their respective political agendas, many external actors were indirectly involved in the second-by-second occurrence of this humanity tragedy. In 1995, the conflict continued to the stage of adjudication and determining who was really guilty and questioning what was the priority of the international attitude at that time. A joint-committee is assembled to compete against time and materialize a sense of responsibility to humanity.