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Building lasting peace in Rwanda

Building lasting peace in Rwanda

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Published by Institute of Research and Dialogue for Peace in [Kigali] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementInstitute of Research and Dialogue for Peace.
ContributionsInstitute of Research and Dialogue for Peace., WSP International.
The Physical Object
Pagination238 p. :
Number of Pages238
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22503533M
LC Control Number2008315349

The Rwandan-American Community of the Midwest and the Peace Center for Forgiveness and Reconciliation hosted a Symposium on Genocide at the University of Notre Dame in Indiana on April 26 This year’s commemoration marks the 25th anniversary of the Genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda when an estimated 1 million people were killed over a day period from April to July Despite the many differences among the eleven peacebuilding operations launched between and , these missions have pursued a broadly common strategy, seeking to transform war-shattered states into liberal market democracies on the assumption that doing so would help to consolidate a stable and lasting peace.

peace-building process in a positive or negative way. In other words this article analyzes the extent to which the established news media is influencing (in a positive or negative way) how individuals perceive, feel about, and act toward other nationalities, cultures, and/or ethnic groups. In addition, the article contributes to the body of. Peace-building within our communitieslooks at key issues that should be considered when encouraging peace and reconciliation. These issues have emerged from the experiences of Tearfund partners who have been involved in peace-building activities with communities. The case studies are taken from partners in Rwanda.

  The Resident Coordinator of the One UN and Resident Representative of UNDP-Rwanda, Mr. Lamin Momodou Manneh, said that development comes hand in hand with long-lasting peace and stability, and that Rwanda’s commitment to global peace is demonstrated in the different peacekeeping missions undertaken in countries such as Mali, Haiti, and South. Peace-Building Prior to discussing the specific role of women in the peace-building process, the main factors preventing the attainment of long-term peace must be elucidated and the mechanisms for reducing those factors identified. First, peacebuilding must be defined and differentiated from peacemaking and peacekeeping.


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