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The culture of peace should be tought to any human being.my mission: to bring back peace and good governance to my country of origine: rwanda.
Oct 20, 2013
Jean-Christophe Nizeyimana replied to the discussion 'What Did You Do For the International Day of Peace?'
"In this context ther is an action which is underway up to this coming Friday 9/25: Reverand Rick Warren is propping up Rwandan President (the bloody Dictator and mastermind of the Rwanda genocide) Paul Kagame, who has for years been fighting a…"
Sep 22, 2009
Jean-Christophe Nizeyimana replied to the discussion 'What Did You Do For the International Day of Peace?'
"Hi Ted, I firstly want to thank you foryour question. Peace ismuch more need in many countries such as Africa, Middle East and Afganistan. The point is that people did not realize that the entire world and particularly the internationals community…"
Sep 22, 2009
Jean-Christophe Nizeyimana commented on Ted Nunn's video
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"I don't have any other way of expressing my suffering. I try to do it using my blog, a blog I share with many of Rwandan survivors. I still believe the Truth will come out. Following the innumerable war crimes and crimes against humanity that…"
Sep 16, 2009
Jean-Christophe Nizeyimana commented on Mimi Lenox's video
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"Thank you so much for this video. I got feeling that I am no longer ALONE. Dr. Burnes helps me somehow. Alone I can't. With you it's possible. We can make it happen. I really want to join you and I already joined you. I need more help. to…"
Sep 16, 2009
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SurViVors Human Rights Advocates strongly condemn the UNHCR decision to forcibly repatriate Hutu refugees to Rwanda from most of African countries.

SurViVors Human Rights Advocates strongly condemn the UNHCR decision to forcibly repatriate Hutu refugees to Rwanda from most of African countries.SurViVors Human Rights Advocates would like to acknowledge and express their concerns to the UNHCR High Commissioner and his staff members for their tireless efforts to forcibly rapatriate Rwandan Hutu refugees in violation to the Humanitarian law and the Genenva conventions relating to the status of refugees."Everybody has the right to request…See More
Sep 1, 2009
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In which state do you live? (Please provide the full spelling, not the state abbreviation.)
I live in The Netherlands
If you're not from the United States, please let us know which country you are from.
The Netherlands
If you are a student, which school are you attending?
No!
What first attracted you to peace activism?
My life-experience. I am Dutch. Originally I am from Rwanda. I fled twice my country because of the war and genocide: July 14, 1994, forcibly came back to Rwanda November 17th, 1996 from congo. Got a job at Sulfo Rwanda Industries sa, worked there as a Financial Analyst. For security reasons, I fled again april 28, 1998 to kenya and from there to Holland May 10, 1999.

Please reply to me using jeanchris19@hotmail.com

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SurViVors Human Rights Advocates strongly condemn the UNHCR decision to forcibly repatriate Hutu refugees to Rwanda from most of African countries.

SurViVors Human Rights Advocates strongly condemn the UNHCR decision to forcibly repatriate Hutu refugees to Rwanda from most of African countries.



SurViVors Human Rights Advocates would like to acknowledge and express their concerns to the UNHCR High Commissioner and his staff members for their tireless efforts to forcibly rapatriate Rwandan Hutu refugees in violation to the Humanitarian law and the Genenva conventions relating to the status of refugees.



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At 2:24am on October 25, 2010, Prof. Fani Bhusan Das said…
I have just returned from hospital.I am working in the field of PEACE for last more than two decades. But slow realisation is coming to me that hardly anyone is prepare to adopt PEACE POWER. Almost every one is for VIOLENT POWER not knowing that only PEACE POWER can conquer every thing in life and the world.For this my two books 1)Peace Technology2) Peace TimeCalendar are unwanted. That is why I want to sell the copyright of my two books.The life and world is miserable today because most of us depend on VIOLENT POWER.All these social networkings are virtual as PEACE POWER has not given its due position.
I think in this life I will not be able to influence the humanity to adopt PEACE POWER as a tool of growth and development.I propose to retire.
At 7:31am on January 16, 2010, Jean-Christophe Nizeyimana said…
Dear Jane,
Hi!
Thank you so much for your message. There is no problem about giving you more information about myself. To make it easier, please use my email address jeanchris19@hotmail.com. By the way I am gonna sent a mesaage to you using hotmail inbox.
Cordially,

Chris
 
 
 

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