A group of older people come together for a counselling session

Counselling

A guest post from Rebecca Tinsley, Founder of Network for Africa There are some things that time does not heal Dear Supporters, This may be familiar to a few people reading this newsletter: you had a relative who returned from … Continue Reading »

Kamonyi Memorial

Kwibuka 30

As we prepare to commemorate the 30th Anniversary of the Genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda (kwibuka30) we ask you to take a moment to pause and reflect on the lives lost in 1994, as well as the survivors who … Continue Reading »

Mystery of Rescue by Eugene Ndagijimana

Mystery of Rescue

In the captivating narrative of “Mystery of Rescue” penned by Eugene Ndagijimana, readers embark on an unforgettable journey through the complexities of human resilience and the enduring power of hope. Set against the backdrop of real-life events in Rwanda, the … Continue Reading »

Nyamata Genocide Memorial in Bugesera

Jean Hatzfeld

For 30 years, journalist and writer Jean Hatzfeld has returned tirelessly to Rwanda, specifically to the Nyamata region, to engage in profound conversations with Survivors of the Genocide against the Tutsi. His commitment to understanding the unimaginable trauma faced by survivors has fueled … Continue Reading »

GAERG Eucharistic Mass

Mass in honour of wiped-out families

By Frank Ntarindwa, The New Times The Genocide Survivors’ Graduates Association (GAERG), in collaboration with Catholic members, organized a solemn Eucharistic Mass to pray for the 15,593 families who were completely wiped out during the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi. … Continue Reading »

Peace Review Interview with Jacqueline Murekatete

Peaceful Coexistence

In a new paper in Peace Review, Noam Schimmel interviews Jacqueline Murekatete of Survivors Fund (SURF) partner organisation, Genocide Survivors Foundation, on “A Critical Perspective on Reconciliation in Rwanda: Toward Peace and Coexistence, Centering Genocide Survivors’ Human Rights, Dignity & … Continue Reading »