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Burundian peace worker Pascaline Nsekera

Working for peace: Burundian Pascaline Nsekera helps refugees in Canada, her adopted country.

Filed in: Burundi

Burundi

A small landlocked state in central Africa, sandwiched between its vast neighbours Tanzania and Democratic Republic of Congo, Burundi has suffered as much from ethnic conflict as its other (equally tiny) neighbour, Rwanda. Yet while the 1993 Rwandan genocide continues to commandeer international attention, Burundi’s travails tend to slip under the radar.

Filed in: Burundi

Attention!

Dylan Mathews explores new media methods that break down conflict in Africa.

Filed in: Burundi Media Non-Violence

Burundi

Filed in: Burundi

  • October 5, 1988
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