Videos

The Globe in Peace Video provides an excellent background on our work on ABPRA in Rwanda.

Interviews with Masa

sketch Dr. MinamiThe following is a list of video interviews with Dr. Minami discussing the most frequently asked questions. If you have a question that is not answered here please send us a message. We will do our best to answer and post any questions. Interview: Haruka Osada, Camera: Blair McLean
  1. What motivated you to work with Rwandan genocide survivors and perpetrators?
  2. What training/experience did you have before you went to Rwanda?
  3. How did you develop partnerships with local NGOs in Rwanda?
  4. What was the most difficult moment during your stay in Rwanda?
  5. What was the most challenging moment during your stay in Rwanda?
  6. What was the most upsetting moment during your stay in Rwanda?
  7. What was the happiest moment during your stay in Rwanda?
  8. What is ABPRA?
  9. How did you develop the ABPRA?
  10. What happens in the ABPRA process?
  11. Is there any risk or danger in ABPRA?
  12. Can survivors forgive perpetrators?
  13. How would you define forgiveness?
  14. How would you define reconciliation?
  15. How can you get survivors and perpetrators to work together?
  16. What was the most moving moment you had while you implemented the program in Rwanda?
  17. What was the most important lesson you have learned in working with survivors?
  18. What was the most important lesson you have learned in working with perpetrators?
  19. What was the most important lesson you have learned in working with local Rwandans?
  20. What did you enjoy the most in Rwanda?
  21. In what way did this work impact you as a person?
  22. In what way did this work impact you as a therapist?
  23. In what way did this work impact you as a researcher?
  24. What did you learn about Rwandans?