An event held June 5 at the Institute for Policy Studies in Washington, D.C., aimed to raise awareness and foster discussions around a new book, "Survivors Uncensored: 100+ Testimonies of Resilience and Humanity," co-authored by Rwandan genocide survivors Claude Gatebuke and Delphine Yandemutso.
Digital Pan-African publisher African Stream has produced an exclusive video report on Rwandans who became orphans during the 1994 genocide. Now, they are in limbo because of U.K.-Rwanda asylum policy.
Last month, Uganda paid the first installment ($65 million) of $325 million in reparations to the Democratic Republic of the Congo, following an order from the International Court of Justice. This is for crimes Uganda committed during its occupation of the Congo in the 1990s. People's Dispatch interviewed Kambale Musavuli.
A regional conference of the National Unity Platform, a political party in Uganda, brought together members of the country’s diaspora from the New York City and Washington metro areas to strategize on how to tackle U.S. meddling that props up leaders. TF editor Julie Varughese reports.
Why did Rwanda intervene in Mozambique in July 2021 to defend, essentially, two major energy companies? The answer lies in a very peculiar set of events that took place in the months before the troops left Kigali, the capital city of Rwanda.
Rwanda’s economic and social accomplishments—while impressive—mask the underbelly of one of the world’s cruelest states. But Western powers remain silent on human-rights abuses as they reap profits.