Genocide of the Tutsi in Rwanda: FMV appreciate 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

The FMV advocates for the emergence of the truth and inter-community dialogue

The NGO “Forum pour la Mémoire Vigilante, FMV” (Forum for Vigilant Memory) is conducting a project “Truth telling, community dialogue and Human Rights Educational program” under the funds of International Coalition of Sites of Conscience. The activity is carried out in the burundian refugee community, living in Rwanda. The first Continuer

World Refugee Day : Agriculture and livestock farming in Muhanga to fight against hunger in the families of Burundian refugees

The originality of this article is published by the online newspaper Almost all the Burundian refugees who live in Muhanga, one of the districts of the southern province of Rwanda which shelters more than 700 burundian refugees, say that they left their country, Burundi, in 2015, during the riots Continuer

Burundi: ICC investigations underway, possible international arrest warrants

In October 2017, the International Criminal Court ICC “authorized the prosecutor of the ICC to open an investigation into crimes within the jurisdiction of the Court alleged to have been committed in Burundi or by Burundian nationals outside their country since April 26, 2015 until October 26, 2017 “says the Continuer