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Friday, 17 June 2016

Rwandan Youth For Change a movement that emerged in response to the grave violations of Human Rights in Rwanda.

Mulamba Jean Paul

Rwandan Youth For Change (RY4C) is a movement that emerged in response to the grave violations of Human Rights in Rwanda. This movement is meant not only for Rwandan Youths but for anyone who wishes to be part of this struggle for Freedom, Justice and Democracy.

RY4C acknowledges that Rwandans have suffered and that they are still suffering from all kinds of killings, oppression, living in exile and from other violations of Human Rights such as Right to life, to family, freedoms of speech, thinking and many more. Rwandans (condemned to remain silent, held like prisoners in their own country) found themselves in between the International Community which privileges its economical interests and a dictatorial regime. The world heard about the Rwandan tragedy but most of it had remained untold. We believe it is time for every Rwandan to take his/her responsibility and do something about it.

RY4C is not a political party but a movement that is devoted to bring awareness. Through conferences and social networks wants stimulate young boys and girls to have a critical mind. Here is a forum which provides you with information, analyses, critics related to Rwandan politics. You shall find images, texts, videos and links meant to inspire you to be the change you want to see. RY4C promotes, supports and coordinates, if necessary, all initiatives of those who want change in Rwanda.

We encourage you to create NGOs, videos, blogs, etc. to bring CHANGE in Rwanda. Thus, If you are passionated by music, sports, arts or you are an expert in any other domain we encourage all of you to use your knowledge wherever you are, as a contribution to a better Rwanda.

For advices and further support, please contact us at

We are looking forward to working with you all.

We must remember that one determined person can make a significant difference, and that a small group of determined people can change the course of history. - Sonia Johnson.

Mulamba Jean Paul / Author & Editor

Has laoreet percipitur ad. Vide interesset in mei, no his legimus verterem. Et nostrum imperdiet appellantur usu, mnesarchum referrentur id vim.


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