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By Jayden Bott

This summer I was given the amazing opportunity to attend the Peacebuilding Institute (PBI). Going into it, I did not know much about the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi.

By Teddy Gatali Mucyo 

In 1994, the international community looked on as a million people were killed in three months.  The international community utterly failed to prevent and stop this atrocity. 

It has been twenty three years since the 1994 genocide perpetrated against the Tutsis occurred but too many it seems like yesterday.

As the world joins the Rwandans in the 100 days of morning (Kwibuka) to commemorate the 23 years since the infamous 1994 Genocide perpetuated again

Commemorating the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi is very critical as it helps heal the wounds, experts have saidThey were speaking during the annu

KIGALI, Rwanda (4th April 2017): - Never Again Rwanda (NAR) today hosted the national youth conference on commemoration policy and

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

Students from the School for International Training (SIT) visited Never Again Rwanda (NAR) to get a deeper understanding of the peacebuilding and r

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.

The recent history of the Great Lakes region holds many instances of violent conflicts that left behind wholesale effects.