Iona Mulder (1989) studied history and followed a master International Public Law. In September 2013 she started the master Holocaust and Genocide studies. Her main focus of research is the Rwandan genocide. This led her to follow an internship at the defence team of a Dutch citizen of Rwandan origin, who was accused of committing genocide. The master Genocide Studies is an interdisciplinary master. According to her, this is a meaningful benefit, for the reason that some phenomena, like violent conflicts, cannot be explained by one disciplinary perspective only. Currently, she is doing research on the tension between individual and collective responsibility of genocide and the relation to individual sentences. To analyze this legal issue she uses legal, social and philosophical theories.