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Transformation de conflit, de Karine Gatelier, Claske Dijkema et Herrick Mouafo

Aux Éditions Charles Léopold Mayer (ECLM)


Fiche de bibliographie

, Kigali, janvier 2013

References: collective memory and nonviolent resistance

Memory, whether individually or collectively constructed poses a moral dilemma, particularly in the struggle for justice and processes of social change.

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  • Buber, M, (1958) I and Thou, London: Continuum.

  • Carmeal Stokey, (1966) The Basis of Black Power, Retrieved on November2nd 2011 from

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  • Wiesel Elie,(2008) Night, Penguin books, London.

  • Sulmasy, D.P. (2007). Human Dignity and Human Worth. In J. Malpas & N. Lickiss, (Eds) Perspectives on Human Dignity J. Malpas, N. Lickiss, Netherlands (p.14). Netherlands: Springer.

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