"The fight against #genocide ideology and denial is essential to rebuild human dignity and achieve the #NeverAgain Human Goal.
April 7th is the sad anniversary of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda.
This year’s #Kwibuka (remembrance) commemoration will focus on “the fight against genocide ideology”.
ADNE pays tribute to the victims of the genocide and stands together with survivors of this terrible tragedy and the Rwandan People as they continue to remember, unite and renew.
22 years ago, the international community failed its human duty of protecting people in need. We call on all countries and the entire international community to draw on the lessons of the Genocide against Tutsi and join forces for the #NeverAgain struggle and the fight again genocide ideology and denial.
As Desmond Tutu put it once “hope is being able to see that there is light despite all of the darkness.”
The remarkable development of Rwanda, the courage of Rwandan people and their efforts for reconciliation is a proof that better future is possible. They will be no better future is seeds of hate are still planted in the hearts of some people. It is by spreading human values of solidarity, dignity, love and compassion that we are able to move forward and combat all that impedes the humanity. The international needs to stay on eternal vigilance and apply zero tolerance for human rights violations.
Never again has to be a reality for every citizen in the world. The fight against genocide ideology and denial is essential to rebuild human dignity and achieve the Never again Human Goal.