Rwanda: Equal rights for refugees and citizens in business

Despite misjudgements about the safety of asylum seekers in Rwanda, the country remains resolutely committed to offering fair opportunities to its citizens and refugees in its business market (by Rwanda ensures equal rights to business opportunities for all its inhabitants. Once again this year, the Joint Action Development Forum Continuer

Rwanda: FMV in Open Day hosted by the Joint Action Development Forum (JADF)

As it does every year, the Joint Action Development Forum (JADF) has organized an exhibition to showcase the activities and achievements of various partner organizations dedicated to the development and empowerment of local communities. The open day also aims to highlight the initiatives and successes of various partner organizations dedicated Continuer

Rwanda: Three organizations in a consortium to promote mental health: from pre-conception through the maternity process to menopause

The coalition is made up of Forum pour la Mémoire Vigilante, LUNA Africa and ITEKA YOUTH Organisation. They all operate in Rwanda. In a memorandum of understanding signed by their representatives, the three organizations pledge, in keeping with their own objectives, to pursue and deepen their cooperation with a view Continuer

Opinion: “Rwanda, a good place to live and invest”-Ferdinand Ndayiragije

FMV‘s legal representative takes a positive view of Rwanda’s business climate. “A country where it’s good to live and invest, a country of values in many areas of life, such as generosity, love, tolerance, trust, perspicacity, patience, equity and wisdom”, says Ferdinand Ndayiragiye in an interview with the FMV communications Continuer

FMV: “Truth is fundamental for constructive transitional justice”

The bell of the “Truth Telling, Community Dialogue and Human Rights Educational Program” continues to ring in various districts of Rwanda. After the Mahama refugee camp in the east of the country, and Huye in the south, the “Forum pour la mémoire vigilante, FMV”, organized a third exchange workshop for Continuer

FMV: “Compassion, recognition of the suffering of others will lead us to forgiveness and reconciliation”

The “Forum pour la Mémoire Vigilante”, FMV, is paving the way towards effective reconciliation, especially through young Burundian refugees, through the teaching of the “painful but instructive past”. In the execution of the project “Truth telling, community dialogue and human rights educational program”, the FMV organized an exchange workshop in Continuer

Genocide of the Tutsi in Rwanda: FMV appreciates the recognition of four memorials on the UNESCO World Heritage List

The four sites on the UNESCO World Heritage List are the sites of Nyamata, Murambi, Gisozi and Bisesero, UNESCO said. These four sites commemorate the massacres which bloodied Rwanda for around a hundred days between April and July 1994, targeting the Tutsi ethnic group and which claimed more than 1 Continuer