Peace education in post-genocide Rwanda
As a contribution to preventing violence on the continent, the participants of the African Alliance for Peace summit formulated the ‘Kigali Declaration’ in order to call on... Read More
Never again – a reality or dream for Rwanda?
The Rwandan youth – who represent the majority of the population – are actively involved in preserving peace and prosperity in their nation. Through participating... Read More
Genocide and justice – where now?
Two decades after the Rwanda genocide, the promised hopes of international accountability for such crimes is in trouble, with a number of ingredients of a... Read More
Umuganda – a tool for reconciliation in Rwanda
The concept of ‘Umuganda’ – which means ‘coming together in common purpose’ – is to promote unity and reconciliation in a society that has been devastated... Read More
Lest we forget – the foundations of peace in Rwanda
The collective acknowledgement of the past not only clears up misunderstandings, it also liberates us from the tyranny of widespread, existing popular prejudices. In order... Read More
Rwanda – building an engaged youth twenty years after genocide
Rwanda is still in need of healing and reconciliation, and the Rwandan youth still need to reflect on lessons learned from the past in order... Read More
Rwanda – working for sustainable peace
Rwanda has shown ingenuity in conflict transformation thanks to the policy of National Unity and Reconciliation, as well as to the participatory and innovative justice system... Read More