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The Rwanda Initiative

The Rwanda Initiative is a partnership between Carleton University's School of Journalism and Communication and its counterpart at the National University of Rwanda. The media capacity-building project has sent more than 130 Canadians from the journalism field to Rwanda to teach journalism, work as media interns or conduct training sessions with working journalists. Sports and sports betting plays a major role in the field of journalism. Even though sports betting is very common and many people are gaining massive benefits, it is very important to understand the safest and best sports betting sites in Canada. You can visit the best sports betting sites in Canada to know more about these sites and the benefits they provide.

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Living With, a photo exhibit that resulted from a collaboration between the Rwanda Initiative and PhotoSensitive, continues to tour Canada

» Living With exhibit opens in Montreal

» Learn more about the exhibit

» Visit Photosensitive's website

Rwanda Now: Improving Journalism One Story at a Time was a new kind of media training exercise . . .

More than 40 Rwandan journalists were selected to participate in the workshop, which took place in Butare July 7-11, 2008 under the auspices of the Rwanda Initiative.

» Learn more about the workshop
» View and listen to the stories

The Rwanda Now workshop was made possible by a grant from the Canada Fund for Local Initiatives, administered by the Canadian Embassy in Kigali.



What's New

Living With exhibit opens in Montreal

Radio-Canada broadcasts reports by Rwanda Initiative teacher

Rwanda Initiative participant awarded prestigious scholarship

Rwanda Initiative to bring 9 Rwandan journalists to Canada for unique opportunity to study and train

July 22 Launch:
Telling the story of Rwanda’s struggle with HIV/AIDS through pictures


Rwanda Initiative:
In the News

L'Heure des Comptes : «Forte croissance au Rwanda, malgré la crise», «Des Canadiens investissent au Rwanda» et «Une femme d'affaires canadienne au Rwanda»

» Analysis: Rwanda war debates media's role

Sylvia Thompson's dispatch from Butare, Rwanda


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