By Sonia Tona
By engaging reputable stakeholders representing government institutions, civil society organizations and academia, NAR’s team of researchers aims at seeking guidance on how best to improve the methodology and data collection tools.
The author has used pseudonyms to protect the identity of the members of these spaces.
“I used to hear the words Hutu and Tutsi, and I thought we were different. But when I came to this space, I found that we are the same.
By David Kezio-Musoke
Millennial generation should pave a peaceful ways for the next to promote healing and must have the skills to do that.
By. Eric Birori
Youth were urged to build peace in their communities and shun anything that would create absence of peace.
By Maureen Guma
Conflict in Africa has become the tune of the day; as you read this, over 10 African countries are having either conflict, armed struggle for civil unrest and countless others are recovering from conflict.
By Bonny Mukombozi
Some of the core values of a post conflict governance model, are participation; collaboration, and ultimately empowerment of citizens.
Commemorating the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi is very critical as it helps heal the wounds, experts have saidThey were speaking during the annu
In 2002, three young students at the former University of Rwanda in Huye bore an idea that would eventually turn into a major peace building influe
Kigali : The Peace building Institute (PBI) was established by Never Again Rwanda as a bi-annual platform that brings together Rwandan, regional, i
Never Again Rwanda has five departments that include; Peacebuilding, Governance, Human rights, Economic empowerment and Research and advocacy.
By. Debby Karemera
The Peacebuilding Institute is a two weeks bi-annual program that is conducted in two phases, June for international participants and in December/January for regional.