Rwanda : Il faut mettre fin aux attaques contre les journalistes et les opposants

Wed, 2011-12-07 09:09
Submitted by Erick

http://www.hrw.org/fr/news/2011/12/06/ougandarwanda-il-faut-enqu-ter-sur-le-meurtre-dun-journalistePeine de prison prononcée à l’encontre du dirigeant de l’opposition Bernard Ntaganda « La persécution des détracteurs du gouvernement peut dépasser les frontières du Rwanda. Nous craignons pour la sécurité des autres journalistes exilés et des opposants au gouvernement, dans le sillage du meurtre de Charles Ingabire. »

The songs of liberation on the Global day of action,

Tue, 2011-12-06 17:41
Submitted by NdumisoSondezi

Different global civil soceity gather for global day of action but every county was not on the same pages with the others.It that the government,civil soceity leaders never bear in mind that on the day'alot was expected,if they talk about to occupy a protest.The governments/UN leaders are dealing and selling inside and the civil soceity groups are lacking to be united, but they promote the mobilasation of the movements,unions,church members,community,the who and who,those who know who.The police on the side of the governmnet,by being the face of the hidden society/aganders.

protester's voices on a cry
The government must listen

COP17 and Rural youth

Tue, 2011-12-06 12:49
Submitted by usiko

Malungisa Youth Development (MYD) as part of rural community’s has taped – in, to sense – in peoples views about COP17. Actually it a global community concern but it is being addressed in a dictatorship approach through limitations. General people didn’t got a space to contribute in decision making process since its framed in political manner. That raise some questions : who represent who and how? As MYD we are not representing concerns but we are part of the concerns, our contribution since we produce media with the aim of getting another side of the story based on what is taking place.

GRASSROOTES VIEWS FROM UMLAZI TOWNSHIP: By Erick

Tue, 2011-12-06 09:59
Submitted by Erick