Rwandan Genocide Teacher's Association

"let us study genocide for a hopeful future."

Events:

Our annual conference partnership with the Educators' Institute for Human Rights.

Information on Teaching About Genocide 

The Kigali Genocide Memorial Centre

The Kigali Memorial Centre was opened on the 10th Anniversary of the Rwandan Genocide, in April 2004. The Centre is built on a site where over 250,000 people are buried. These graves are a clear reminder of the cost of ignorance. The Centre is a permanent memorial to those who fell victim to the genocide and serves as a place for people to grieve those they lost. 

 

The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

A living memorial to the Holocaust, the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum inspires citizens and leaders worldwide to confront hatred, prevent genocide, and promote human dignity. The Museum has many resources for teachers striving to help students learn the history of the Holocaust and reflect upon the moral and ethical questions raised by that history.

 

National Commission for the Fight Against Genocide, Rwanda

The National Commission for the Fight against Genocide is a permanent organ that was established by the Law No.09/2007 of 16/02/2007 with its attributions to prevent and fight against Genocide, its ideology and handling its consequences. This platform will take you through a guided tour to catch a glimpse of the Genocide perpetrated against Tutsi in Rwanda, how its consequences are being managed, and how Rwanda has managed to build herself today.

 

Association of Genocide Survivors (IBUKA)

IBUKA is an independent and non-profit oriented organization legally recognized by the government of Rwanda. We gather genocide survivors associations and act as an umbrella to those associations. We were formed in 1995 and now have fifteen survivors’ member associations throughout Rwanda. Our vision is: becoming an organization of national and international reference in relation to genocide prevention and the healing of memories.

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