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NEC apprécie le rôle joué par l’IPGL pour les assises de la présidentielle d’août 2017

Le Secrétaire Exécutif de la Commission Electorale Nationale (NEC) Charles Munyaneza loue les efforts de l’Institut Panos Grands Lacs (IPGL) pour les assises de la présidentielle du 04 août 2017.

En direct

Dans le cadre du Projet Infos Grands Lacs qui a débuté en janvier 2015, l'Institut Panos Grands Lacs publie une étude du secteur médiatique au Burundi, au Rwanda et au Sud Kivu

Les dernières productions

  • 09/05/2021

    In some of the African countries, there wars and riots caused by some of the ruling politicians, rebel groups, terrorist groups, etc. 

    These wars are killing countless innocent people, often without the help of countries, international organizations, and the African Union as well.

  • 02/05/2021

    Every 3rd May, the world celebrated Press Freedom Day; journalists in Rwanda have said that while there has been remarkable improvement in terms of press freedom, there is need to raise more awareness about access to informal law in the public and private institutions as well as the community in general.

  • 25/04/2021

    Every 7th April, Rwandans and friends start a 100-day journey to commemorate the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi. During this period, we pay tribute to the million lives lost in the massacre, offer a decent burial to other innocent lives claimed, comfort survivors and re-affirm our joint commitment to ‘Never Again’.

  • 18/04/2021

    Each year on April 7, Rwanda begins Kwibuka -a100-day remembrance period for the hundreds of thousands of Tutsis kicked during 1994 genocide.

    In the Eastern part if Rwanda the genocide was committed in a special way and killed. Many Tutsi in a short time.  It is the only area where Killers Roasted and Ate Tutsi meet

  • 11/04/2021

    Rwanda has started commemoration of the darkest period of its history; the 1994 Genocide committed against Tutsi where more than one million Tutsi were massacred within a hundred days.

    Rwandan radio, the biggest and most influential medium in the country, played a crucial part in the tragedy and today, 27 years after the genocide, Rwanda is trying to rebuild the media system as well as the trust between the public and the journalists.