Vision GRAM-International : Impunity to Justice in DR Congo

Posted on May 12, 2014 by Vision GRAM International By: Victor Amisi, Executive Director Vision GRAM International  (Ottawa, May 10) -Since the wars in DR Congo, women and girls were victims of rape and sexual violence. Acts committed in violation of international human rights law and humanitarian law.  Efforts were made to put an end to barbaric acts committed by all armed groups.… Read More

Behind the Presidential Curtains: President Kagame told citizens of Rwanda to tolerate and remain silent

By: Noble Marara The Rwandan authoritarian regime run by President Kagame has forced the citizens of Rwanda into tolerating and remaining silent about any harassment instigated by either Kagame himself or his security operatives. The population has been reduced to strict “big-brother-like” security surveillance where it is reported that one out of six members of society is reporting on others.… Read More

Rwanda: A Nation Gripped by Fear Part 2

RWANDAN SOCIETY TODAY  In Rwanda today, no one can dare deny the heavy air of suspicion, fear and unease present in all spheres of life. Like any dictatorship, our society has been permeated by the regime’s spies. The infamous Brigadier General Jack Nziza and Colonel Dan Munyuza have an elaborate and extensive network of spies deployed to “find out what… Read More