'It's hard to go into a refugee camp and find people who are interested in religion or politics, but go in there, or any other disadvantaged area, and throw a ball – you don't need to encourage anyone – they will all come running. That’s the power of football,' says Rwandan Eric Murangwa.
This week the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) are holding the Global Summit to End Sexual Violence in Conflict, highlighting the way that sexual violence and rape is used as a weapon during conflict – destroying lives and damaging communities.
Every June Gypsy Roma Traveller History Month provides a time dedicated to raising awareness of this community's past.
Hundreds of millions of people across the globe believe that the Holocaust is either a myth or has been exaggerated by historians, according to a shocking new survey from the Anti-Defamation League (ADL).
Mark Pawsey is the MP for Rugby. On the 20th anniversary of the Genocide he reflects on his experience of visiting Rwanda with the Conservative Party’s Project Umubano, a charity supporting development in the country.
Young journalist Valentine Mauray joined a trip to Auschwitz-Birkenau, Sachenhausen and Oranienburg camps as part of a project organised by Maximilian Kolbe Werk, a German association supporting and raising awareness of the experience of camp survivors.
Rt Hon Lord McConnell of Glenscorrodale is a former First Minister of Scotland and now a Labour life peer in the House of Lords.
This Sunday – 27 April – marks Yom HaShoah, a day of commemoration for the six million Jewish victims of the Holocaust. You might think this sounds very similar to Holocaust Memorial Day (HMD), held on 27 January, but they are two distinct days.
'When the hills ask for your blood' by David Belton is a gripping memoir presenting three different stories and perspectives of the Genocide in Rwanda.
David Belton worked as a producer at BBC Newsnight and was one of the first international journalists in Rwanda during the Genocide in May 1994. To mark Rwanda 20 and the launch of his book 'When the hills ask for your blood' he provides a moving reflection on Rwanda, the Genocide and the complexities surrounding post-genocide ethnicity and cultural identity.