- December 2008, Rwandan widows rebuild from the ashes of genocide
Thousands of women were left widowed after the genocide in Rwanda. The AVEGA organisation was founded to address the many challenges these women still face - physically, emotionally and financially - and to help them rebuild their lives. It provides counselling services as well as free clinics and financing for housing and education.
- December 2008, Remembering and forgiving: two stories of reconciliation in Rwanda
Two genocide victims and two genocide perpetrators speak about reconciliation and forgiveness and about not only recovering the peace that was lost, but also finding friendship. Former child soldiers who were forced to fight for armed groups in the Democratic Republic of Congo, come home to Rwanda and spend time in the Muhazi Center for Demobilisation in Eastern Rwanda before going back to their communities.
- 1 June, 2007 - Rwandan filmmaker Gilbert Ndahayo uses film to keep the memory of the Genocide alive and heal his own hurt
- 7 May, 2007 - An exhibit at UN Headquarters detailed the events leading up to the Rwandan Genocide
Rwandan Ambassador to the UN takes us through some of those events.
- 20 April, 2007 - Rwandan Genocide is a reminder of the "Responsibility to Protect"
At the centre of this year's commemoration of the anniversary of the Rwandan genocide was a focus on the concept of the "responsibility to protect", the notion that if states cannot or will not protect their citizens, the international community has a responsibility to protect them.
- 9 April, 2007- Rwandan Genocide survivor, Immaculee Ilibagiza, describes her ordeal