A Fresh Perspective on the Aid Industry in Africa, Justice, and the Gacaca Court System in Rwanda

Amaka Megwalu ’10

n an interview with Rahim Kanani, a research associate at Harvard University’s Hauser Center for Nonprofit Organizations, Amaka Megwalu ’10 discusses her insights on the aid industry in Africa and the Gacaca Court System in Rwanda. Megwalu has worked on development and post-conflict reconstruction in Rwanda, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Senegal, South Africa and Tunisia.

Minow and two HLS alumni nominated to Legal Services Corporation board

Harvard Law Dean Martha Minow

President Barack Obama ’91 has nominated Harvard Law School Dean Martha Minow, along with John Levi ’72 LL.M. ’73 and Gloria Valencia-Weber ’86, to the board of the Legal Services Corporation, a bi-partisan, government-sponsored organization that provides civil legal assistance to low-income Americans. The nominations require approval by the Senate.