Excellent information from the Human Rights Watch. This is the online version of their official report on the killings. Provides extensive background information. Interested people can also sign up for daily e-mails with updates on current human rights issues around the world.
This is an excellent site for information on the genocide and it gives indisputable proof of inappropriate US and world action before, during, and after the genocide. This page provides downloadable pdf files of important documents regarding the genocide. These include memos sent from the US State Department to the United Nations and from Maj. Gen. Romeo Dallaire [Force Commander, United Nations Assistance Mission for Rwanda] to Maj. Gen. Maurice Baril [United Nations Department of Peacekeeping Operations]. This is the one of the best sites to visit.
Excellent article from The Atlantic. Includes information on the people involved in the mess, the events leading up to the genocide, and the actual genocide. Has much of the same information as the Human Rights Watch, but much more condensed.
The tribunal was "established by a United Nations Security Council Resolution in 1994 to prosecute the organizers and leaders of the genocide in Rwanda in 1994." The web site allows you to find out anything about the organization and work of the Tribunal.
Various documents on the rules and procedures for crimes against humanity. [i.e. Principles of International Co-Operation in the Detection, Arrest, Extradition and Punishment of Persons Guilty of War Crimes and Crimes Against Humanity]
Links and articles to anything a person might need to know about Africa. There is also a personal guide to help you out. I e-mailed the guide, Alistair Boddy-Evans, for help. Unfortunately, while he said he would he never did.