“It’s important to be aware of what’s going on in the world and to think about how you can start to make a difference, even when you’re a kid.”
Gaspard, the taxi driver taking me back to my hotel after dinner, is 27. So he was just a boy in 1994.
Rwanda's new parliament was seated this month, with higher female representation than any other country in the world
BY GITURA MWAURA, 10 OCTOBER 2013
Taking part in the liberation struggle did not necessarily require one to be part of the army or fighting with weapon
On Monday, the Gender Monitoring Office (GMO) and the Rwanda Women Parliamentary Forum (FFRP) held a meeting aiming a
A group of 77 police officers, 70 of them women, were yesterday commissioned after completing a three-month Police ba
Women have made significant advances in politics over the past few decades, with females having served as the head of
Members of security organs from various countries applauded Rwanda for taking adopting numerous initiatives to fight
Last month, the first woman ever was convicted of genocide.
Rwanda National Police (RNP) will begin conducting special training for female police officers to promote women parti
She sits in the shade of a tree with half a dozen of other women; most of them were raped during the genocide that ki
A new report has rekindled debate on whether the Rwandan government "betrayed" women who were raped during
Callixte Mbarushimana, a Rwandan rebel leader accused of committing war crimes and crimes against humanity in the Dem
Rwandan Women Find Strength in Each Other
Joint efforts by the Ministry of Gender and Family Promotion, the National Police and the Rwanda Defence Force (RDF)
The Rwandan authorities are trying to tackle gender-based violence by addressing the role of security personnel in en
A seven-person delegation from the West Point military academy in the United States visited the UN office in Kigali,
On average women constitute 18.8 percent of representatives in parliaments across the world according to the Inter
Sixteen years after the Rwandan genocide, many women are struggling to come to terms with the violence they endured.
A workshop on conflict prevention, mediation and peace-building for women leaders from member states of the Internati