Viewfinder: Commemorating Genocide Around the World
Six hundred candles in the form of the Star of David are set out on the floor during an event to commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day in the Chapter House at York Minster on January 24th, 2019, in York, England.
Ripple Effects of Climate Change Could Damage Mountain Gorilla Populations
As global warming forces farmers in northwestern Rwanda to move to higher elevations, the fragile gorilla population will be put more at risk.
Tackling the Gender Gap in Rwanda's Burgeoning Tech Sector
Women in the country are missing out on the tech boom, and those who do work in the industry say companies and the government need to do more to help bolster their ranks.
How Rwanda's Government Hinders Female Entrepreneurs
While the statistics illustrate growing economic equality for women in the country, many are still being prevented from running a business.
Viewfinder: Gearing Up for a Presidential Election in Rwanda
Incumbent Rwandan President Paul Kagame (L) greets a crowd of supporters as he arrives for a campaign rally on July 31, 2017.
No Separation: Can the Church Calm the Crisis in Burundi?
The importance of churches across much of sub-Saharan Africa as sites of social gathering, public service provision, and ideational leadership cannot be underestimated.
20 Years After Rwanda, Why Is It Still So Hard to Stop Genocide?
Our brains are better equipped to process isolated tragedies, while international laws make it easy to ignore anything that isn't the Holocaust.