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'Report of 6th international Conference on the great Lakes Region (ICGLR) of 20th-21st March 2014'


The report sets out to explain the paper presentations of the two days (...) Read more

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Ethics
Generally, at this centre we understand ethics as a set or system of moral ideas which are product of a society. In research and in teaching, ethics refer to a code of conduct, either implicit or explicit, that would define the responsibility of the researcher and of the teacher towards various (...) Read more..
Support CCM
Please consider supporting the work of the Centre for Conflict Management. There are a number of different ways you can support CCM. Community Support CCM organizes Community Dialogue Programs (CDPs) to provide safe spaces in which positive dialogue sessions can address the difficult issues (...) Read more..
CCM Departments
CCM UNITS To carry out its activities, the Centre for Conflict Management decided to work in various academic departments. DEPARTMENT OF RESEARCH (DR) The main activity of the centre is research. Thus, this department works in three major units to carry out research and manage (...) Read more..
Mission and Vision
Vision: To be a centre of excellence for research and training in prevention and positive transformation of conflicts, and be a centre of reference in Rwanda, the Great Lakes Region and beyond. Mission: To address the knowledge gap in the field of genocide, peace and conflict studies, and (...) Read more..
Historical Background
The Centre for Conflict Management (CCM) at the National University of Rwanda (NUR) was created in 1999 with financial support from the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) through its “Trust Fund” for Rwanda. CCM mandate rises from particular challenges raised in the post-genocide context. (...) Read more..
  

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