SUMMARY OF THE REPORT ON INVESTIGATIONS CARRIED OUT BY THE NATIONAL COMMISSION FOR HUMAN RIGHTS IN RUSTIRO AND RUBAVU DISTRICTS ON THE HUMAN RIGHTS WACTH (HRW)’S REPORT OF JULY 2017


This report provides details of the investigation carried out by the National Commission for Human Rights  pursuant to its mandate of monitoring the respect of human rights and the investigation [more]

Rwanda’s National Commission for Human Rights disproves Human Rights Watch report on “extrajudicial killings”


Kigali, 13 October 2017 – Rwanda’s National Commission for Human Rights today presented findings of its inquiry into allegations of the Human Right Watch (HRW) report titled “All Thieves must Be Kille[more]

Respect for Human Rights in the electoral process is a duty of every citizen


On 11-13 July 2017, the National Commission for Human Rights organized training sessions for its Commissioners, its staff, members of the Civil Society, journalists and the religious forum on "Re[more]

National Commission for Human Rights designated as National Preventive Mechanism

  Rwanda has designated National Commission for Human Rights as a National Preventive Mechanism (NPM) in order to comply with the Optional Protocol on Convention against Torture (OPCAT). The purpose of the OPCAT is to...[more]

Rwanda marked International Human Rights Day

On December 8th, 2017, Rwanda celebrated International Human Rights Day held at Musanze Stadium under the global theme “Stand up for someone’s rights today”. The theme at global was chosen to highlight 70 years working in...[more]

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