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Aegis Trust and partners to launch new and expanded Genocide Archive of Rwanda website
  Aegis Trust and its partners will launch a new, state-of-the-art Genocide Archive of Rwanda online platform that gives access to previously never before seen information about the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi. The launch of the website will take place on 9 June 2015, a date that also marks International Archives Day. 323zxc
Aegis Trust launches new state of the art online archive
  The Aegis Trust has launched a new and expanded online Genocide Archive of Rwanda with over 8,000 historical photos, videos, documents, audio files and artefacts. The website is the best way for Rwandans and the international community to learn about the causes, implementation and consequences of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi. The Genocide Archive of Rwanda online collection serves as a tool for learning, research, fighting genocide denial and promoting peace building and reconciliation in the community. 517zxc
Belgian ministers visit and offer future support to genocide documentation
Belgian Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs, Didier Reynders, and Minister for Development Cooperation Alexander De Croo, visited the Kigali Genocide Memorial while on their...
Genocide Archive of Rwanda Represented at Transform Africa Summit
Genocide Archive of Rwanda represented at Transform Africa Summit The world's largest digital collection of information and data related to the Genocide against the Tutsi, the Genocide Archive of...
Meet Six Rwandans Honoured for Building Peace and Reconciliation after Genocide
Supported by the National Unity and Reconciliation Commission, the Unity Club (an organisation composed of current and former Cabinet members and their spouses) awarded 17 Rwandans who have shown exceptional courage in fostering unity and reconciliation after the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi. 296zxc
Genocide Archive of Rwanda Demonstrates Its Work at Transform Africa Summit
The Genocide Archive of Rwanda team spent three days last week at the Transform Africa Summit held in Kigali. During the summit, the team joined local and international IT firms, start-ups and telecommunications firms at the ICT Exhibition where they presented the work of the archive to preserve and digitise the memory of the Genocide against the Tutsi. The summit gave the Archive team a chance to demonstate the functionalities of the world’s leading digital archive on the Genocide against the Tutsi. 505zxc