Communications News: Rhythm of life

This photograph of Rwandans dancing forms part of the Aegis Trust's exhibition to mark the 10th anniversary of the Rwandan genocide. 'Hope After Hatred: Rwanda Ten Years On' celebrates the progress of the country's inhabitants after 1 million people were killed in 100 days in 1994. Photographer Karen Kessi-Williams was commissioned by the trust and the British and Rwandan governments. Her images explore the reconciliation and justice processes, and the experiences of survivors, prisoners and their families, against a backdrop of beautiful landscapes. Kessi-Williams said: "If healing can take place in these circumstances, there is hope for the rest of the world." The week-long exhibition is running at the Organ Factory in Holland Park, London.

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