Report: Reconciliation in Rwanda

December 19, 2018


Since the genocide in 1994, the Rwandan government has been working on setting a strategic direction for sustainable peace and socioeconomic development in the country. This new policy brief examines community perspectives on how the National Policy on Unity and Reconciliation can be utilized by decision-makers, to address not just the existing gaps within Rwanda's reconciliation policy itself, but other conflicts and tensions that continue to hamper unity and reconciliation in the country.


Read the full report from International Alert here.

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