The Alliance Against Genocide

The Alliance Against Genocide is an international coalition dedicated to creating the international institutions and the political will to prevent genocide. Founded in 1999, the Alliance is made up of over 65 organizations from around the world and was the first coalition of organizations focused completely on preventing genocide. The Alliance Against Genocide has four goals: 1. The provision […]

Genocide Watch

The International Campaign to End Genocide exists to predict, prevent, stop, and punish genocide and other forms of mass murder. We seek to raise awareness and influence public policy concerning potential and actual genocide. Our purpose is to build an international movement to prevent and stop genocide.

Habyarimana Cabinet Discussed Genocide

Shocking reports indicate that a testimony that was recorded as a transcript of sixty hours of interrogations of former Rwandan Prime Minister Jean Kambanda, reveals that the Genocide was openly discussed in cabinet meetings of the defunct Juvenal Habyarimana regime.

Lessons of Genocide 1915, 1994 & 2004

Dr Harry Hagopian: Ten years ago, British journalist Linda Melvern set out to explore the truth about the Rwandan massacres of 1994 and to discover why the UN had been so ineffectual in preventing those massacres despite its troops being stationed on the ground. She began to turn up some uncomfortable facts about those who had […]

Lessons from Rwanda – Lessons for Today

Danida, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark Following the 1994 Genocide in Rwanda the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs initiated a comprehensive evaluation of the international response. The findings were highly critical of nearly all the international actors. Ten years after the genocide the Ministry commissioned this assessment of the impact and influence of the evaluation. […]

An African tragedy the world ignores – again

Camden New Journal. Campaigning journalist Linda Melvern tells Peter Gruner why the international community must take action against The Sudan The world stood up and declared it must never happen again after a million civilians were horrifically murdered by an opposing African tribe 10 years ago. Today, on the 10th anniversary of the Rwandan tragedy, […]

Frontline: The Ghosts of Rwanda

A special two-hour documentary to mark the 10th anniversary of the Rwandan genocide — a state-sponsored massacre in which some 800,000 Rwandans were methodically hunted down and murdered by Hutu extremists as the U.S. and international community refused to intervene — examines the social, political, and diplomatic failures that converged to enable the genocide to occur. Frontline the Ghosts […]

Independant Inquiry into the Actions of the UN

Report of the Independant Inquiry into the Actions of the United Nations during the 1994 Genocide in Rwanda

The Rwanda Forum

On 27 March 2004, Never Again, in conjunction with the Imperial War Museum, held a one-day seminar on responses to the genocide in Rwanda. The Rwanda Forum remembered the 800,000 to a million Tutsi and Hutu moderates murdered in just three months by the Hutu extremist government ten years ago this month. The Rwanda Forum

Globalisation and Insecurity

Globalisation and Insecurity The Direct and Indirect Effects of Small Arms Availability H. C. R. Muggah: The unregulated availability of small arms and light weapons made possible by globalisation undermines livelihood strategies and imperils development opportunities. The widespread diffusion of such weapons feeds cycles of insecurity that have broad-reaching consequences on individuals and the functioning of […]

Memorial Conference on the Rwanda Genocide

Consider ways to ensure more effective international response in the future. Secretary-General says silence in face of past genocide must be replaced with ‘global clamour’. The silence that had greeted genocides in the past must be replaced by a global clamour, and a willingness to call what was happening by its true name, Secretary-General Kofi […]


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The United Nations: Global association of governments facilitating cooperation in international law, security, economic development, and social equity.

The European Union: Official portal to the European Union with news and information about its activities, institutions, policies and programs.

Millennium Challenge Corporation: Reducing poverty through growth

The New Partnership For Africa’s Development: A vision and strategic framework for Africa’s renewal.

Center for Global Development: Independant research and pratical ideas for global prosperity.

SURF Survivors Fund: Supporting survivors of the Rwanda genocide.

Building Rwanda’s Future: The Girls’ Academy for Excellence in Butare. A boarding school, offering the best academic education, and preparing the next generation of leaders and professionals.

Sake Hands With The Devil – The Journey of Roméo Dallaire: One man was tasked by the United Nations with ensuring that peace was maintained in Rwanda – Canadian Lieutenant General Roméo Dallaire.

Never Again International: Aiming to provoke ideas and action for peace.

Crimes of War Project

Chatham House: One of the world’s leading organizations for the analysis of international issues.

The Africa Book Centre: Suppliers of Books from and about Africa

Royal African Society: Promoting Africa’s Cause

Voices from Rwanda: The aim is to raise awareness about Rwanda’s past amongst young people in the UK and to contribute to Rwanda’s promising future.

Marshall Scholars for the Kigali Public Library: Helping build Rwanda’s First Public Library

CR Info: The conflict resolution information source.

The Holocoust Memorial Day: The Dignity of Difference

Calling on Congress to stop Genocide: Have your members of Congress worked to end genocide?

Dr. Suzanne Kaplan: Research about children and extreme traumatization during the Holocaust and the genocide in Rwanda.

Rudy Brueggemann Photographer: The photographer who took the picture of the machete on the cover of Consipracy to Murder.

La Commission d’Enquête Citoyenne: Cette Commission a depuis apporté de nouveaux éléments de preuve de la culpabilité française et les tient à la disposition de la justice.

Collectif des Parties Civiles pour le Rwanda: Il a eu la maigre satisfaction de voir la France condamnée par la Cour Européenne des Droits de l’Homme pour la lenteur indécente de ses procédures dans les plaintes initiées par le C.P.C.R contre les génocidaires rwandais réfugiés en France.

Appui Rwanda: Participer à l’effort de reconstruction du Rwanda.

Survie: Donner valeur de loi au devoir de sauver les vivants.

Waging Peace: Waging Peace campaigns against genocide and systematic human rights violations. We have a particular focus on Africa, on atrocities overlooked by the international community and where minorities have been persecuted on racial or religious grounds.

Network for Africa: Network for Africa works to rebuild lives and communities destroyed by war and genocide. Improving the everyday lives of people who are rebuilding their community after a devastating war does not have to be complicated.

Paul D Williams. Professor in the ​​​Elliott School of International Affairs at the George Washington University and Associate Director of the Security Policy Studies MA Program

United Nations Association – UK. Founded in 1945, the United Nations Association – UK (UNA-UK) is the country’s foremost advocate for UK action at the UN; the UK’s leading source of analysis on the UN; and a vibrant grassroots movement of 20,000 people from all walks of life.

Aegis Trust. The Aegis Trust has a clear mission – to work towards the prediction, prevention and ultimate elimination of genocide. We do this primarily through research, education and the dissemination of information and advice.

The Collective of Civil Parties for Rwanda. Created in November 2001. Since its inception, it has continuously prepared complaints against Rwandan genocide suspects.

The New Humanitarian. The New Humanitarian (formerly IRIN News) was founded by the United Nations in 1995, in the wake of the Rwandan genocide, out of the conviction that objective on-the-ground reporting of humanitarian crises could help mitigate or even prevent future disasters of that magnitude.

The International Committee of the Red Cross. The ICRC is an independent, neutral organization ensuring humanitarian protection and assistance for victims of war and armed violence. It takes action in response to emergencies and promotes respect for international humanitarian law and its implementation in national law.

Guernica 37 International Justice Chambers. Guernica 37 is an innovative International Justice Chambers specializing in transnational litigation involving the enforcement of fundamental human rights protection and international criminal norms in national courts.

Lieutenant-General (ret) Roméo Dallaire. Founder of the Dallaire Institute for Children, Peace, and Security, the global partnership with the mission to end and prevent the recruitment and use of children in violence.  A celebrated advocate for human rights, especially in regards to child soldiers, veterans, and the prevention of mass atrocities, General Dallaire is also a respected government and UN advisor and former Canadian Senator.

TRIAL International. TRIAL International is a non-governmental organization fighting impunity for international crimes and supporting victims in their quest for justice.