How the youth learn about the country’s history

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How the youth learn about the country’s history

As Rwanda commemorates the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi, it is important that the youth, especially those born after the Genocide understand what happened. “Being honest about tragedies is important, but remembering that we are talking to children is equally vital. The message of oneness, patriotism, human rights, tolerance, equality and equal opportunities should be deeply emphasized,” a teacher says.

  • Author
    Joan Mbabazi
  • Date of production
    April 2019
  • Publisher
    New Times
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