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Commemoration 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi

Minister Dilan Yeşilgöz-Zegerius speaks at Kwibuka30 Commemoration in Amsterdam Today, Rwanda marks 30 years since the Genocide against the Tutsi. “Kwibuka”, which means to remember,...

Prosecutor Brammertz statement on Kabuga Decision

Arusha, The Hague, 8 August 2023 - I have carefully reviewed the Appeal Chamber’s decision in the Kabuga case. Its decision must be respected, even...

President Gatti Santana concludes her official visit to Rwanda

The President of the International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals, Judge Graciela Gatti Santana, concluded her official visit to the Republic of Rwanda on the occasion of the Twenty-Ninth Commemoration of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda (Kwibuka29).

Mechanism Prosecutor on mission to Kigali

Arusha, 16 March 2023- Mechanism Prosecutor Serge Brammertz is on an official visit to Kigali from 20 to 25 March 2023. The Prosecutor is scheduled to...

Rwanda 28th  Liberation Day Celebration

The 28th anniversary of Rwanda’s liberation was celebrated on the 4th July 2022 under the theme “Together we prosper”. The Embassy of the Republic of Rwanda in the Netherlands hosted the Kwibohora 28 celebration with a reception to pay tribute to those who contributed to Rwanda's liberation.

Rwanda has the highest representation of women in parliament in the world. What factors have led to this feat?

By H.E. Mr. Oliver Jean Patrick Nduhungirehe, Ambassador of Rwanda to the Kingdom of the Netherlands, non-resident Ambassador to the Republics of Estonia, Latvia...

Gender Equality for a Better Tomorrow: Lessons from Rwanda

Following the 1994 Genocide Against the Tutsi, the entire nation was left to reflect on how to rebuild our country. Very early in this process, Rwanda government recognised that emphasising equality throughout the country, particularly with respect to gender equality, would be a key pillar on which progress could be built.

Rwanda’s Peacekeeping Missions: Promoting Global Peace and Security

Society and the world in general continue to experience security threats of all kinds that have, in many instances, cost countless human lives and left many more deeply traumatized. Populations have lost their means of livelihood on account of destruction of property occasioned by insecurity and violence. Insecurity, taking many forms, is usually a transnational problem caused by the way things are done in a country which can also impact a region.

Mechanism Principals’ Joint Statement: 75th Anniversary of the United Nations

Arusha, Hague, 24 October 2020 - As Principals of the International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals (Mechanism), we are proud to join the international community in marking...

Mechanism fugitive Félicien Kabuga arrested today

Arusha, The Hague, 16 May 2020 - Today, Félicien Kabuga – one of the world’s most wanted fugitives who is alleged to have been a leading...

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