Esther Mujawayo

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Photograph of Esther Mujawayo, writer from Rwanda, at a lecture in Duesseldorf
Esther Mujawayo, writer from Rwanda, at a lecture in Duesseldorf

Esther Mujawayo (born 1958) is a Rwandan sociologist and psychotherapist. She survived the Rwandan Genocide, but lost many members of her family.[1] She is the author of several books. In 1994, she founded the Association of Widows of the Rwandan Genocide.[2] She gained a Graduate Diploma in Psychology from the University of East Anglia in 1997.[3]

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  • Mujawayo, Esther; Belhaddad, Souâd; Veil, Simone (2004). Survivantes: Rwanda, Dix Ans Après Le Génocide. Aube: La Tour d'Aigues.
  • Mujawayo, Esther; Belhaddad, Souâd (2006). La fleur de Stéphanie: Rwanda entre réconcialition et déni. Paris: Flammarion.

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