“For there can be no healing without peace; there can be no peace without justice; and there can be no justice without respect for human rights and the rule of law.” Kofi Annan, Secretary General of the United Nations.
10 years after the genocide in Rwanda, the survivors and perpetrators of the massacre are being brought together in a legal process to determine justice and responsibility. Adam Nadel’s report can be seen in the new issue of ei8ht published on 17 Feb 2003.
In Vol.2, No.4 we also feature: The Secret War, Philip Blenkinsop’s highly personal account of Laos’ persecuted Hmong people; through the looking glass in North Korea, by Nicolas Righetti; Hebden Bridge 1975, by Martin Parr; life on an English farm by Philiy Page; and a photographic exploration of her son’s autism by Rosie Barnes. Plus, in a ‘right to reply’, Paul Wombell of the Photographers’ Gallery defends the art world in response to Colin Jacobson’s criticisms in the previous issue of ei8ht.
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