the Holocaust. In March 1995, a research team organised by AlisonDesForges of HRW and Eric Gillet of FIDH established an office in Rwanda and began to gather evidence, focusing both on the organisation of the genocide at the national level and on its execution at the local level, with an exploration of three local case studies. The research project that ultimately involved a dozen researchers culminated in the publication in 1999 of the 789-page report, Leave None to Tell the Story: Genocide in Rwanda , written primarily by Des Forges (1999) .
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’ lexical dependence – for describing war, in particular – and second, their physical dependence on humanitarian organisations and its potential effect on the articles produced.
Timothy Longman was one of the authors of AlisonDesForges’ Leave None to Tell the Story , a study on the Rwandan genocide published in 1999 by Human Rights Watch and the International Federation for Human Rights. He shows how innovative this study – conducted by a team of researchers – was, and how it continues to have validity despite new questions raised by other studies. He acknowledges