Remember, Unite, RenewShort film introducing the themes of Kwibuka and highlighting ways in which Rwandans are working to address their past and build a brighter future.
Memory, Unity and Renewal After the Genocide
- Secretary-General — Remarks
- Secretary-General — Video Message (00:01:52)
- President of the 68th session of the UN General Assembly — Remarks
- Press Release
- Interview with Dr. Stephen Smith, Executive Producer of Kwibuka20 — Video (00:02:35)
The exhibition marks the 20th anniversary of the Rwanda genocide. It recounts the genocide and Rwanda's remarkable journey to heal and rebuild after its most horrific year – 1994. The exhibition focuses on individuals – victims who survived, but also aid workers and other international personnel, such as military and journalists. Their testimonies describe what they saw, what they did, and how they reacted. It is remarkable that they all stayed to help at great personal peril. Even more remarkable is the fact that survivors and perpetrators have managed to come together, talk about the past, and, slowly rebuild their lives in a pacified country.