Posts tagged ‘Paul Kagame’

RWANDA UNDER THE RPF: Assessing Twenty Years of Post-Conflict Governance, May 30 2014 @ IFRA/BIEA

Date & Time: Friday, 30th May 2014, 6.00PM – 7.30PM
Venue: British Institute in Eastern Africa, Nairobi

Panel discussion and journal special issue launch.

1. Jason Mosley (Research associate, African Studies Centre, University of Oxford, and managing editor, Journal of Eastern African Studies)
2. Phil Clark (Reader in comparative and international politics, SOAS, University of London)
3. Yolande Bouka (Researcher, Conflict Prevention and Risk Analysis Division, ISS Nairobi)

This panel discussion – which serves also as a launch of a special issue of the Journal of Eastern African Studies (JEAS) on the same topic – will debate the nature of Rwandan politics under the RPF and its impact on the post-genocide reconstruction process, regional relations and the well-being of everyday Rwandans.

For more information on the event, please click this link.

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May 28, 2014 at 11:24 am Leave a comment

Mindspeak: Aly-Khan Satchu Hosts Belgian Deputy Premier HE Didier Reynders, Aug. 17 2013 @ InterCon Nairobi

HE Didier Reynders - Belgian Deputy Premier & Foreign Affairs, Trade Minister

HE Didier Reynders – Belgian Deputy Premier & Minister of Foreign Affairs

Date: August 17, 2013
Venue: Inter Continental Hotel
Time: 9 for 10 am
Entry: Free

Register: nishet[at]

Chief Guest: HE Didier Reynders – Belgian Deputy Premier and Minister of Foreign Affairs

Didier J.L. Reynders is a Belgian politician and a member of the Mouvement Réformateur (MR).
Didier is the Belgian Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs in the Di Rupo government. Previously he has served as a Finance Minister for 12 years

Aly-Khan Satchu is the CEO of RICH and convenor of mindspeak. Other prominent guests to grace mindspeak sessions in the past include sitting African heads of state [HE Paul Kagame & HE Yoweri Kaguta Museveni] and industry captains

August 10, 2013 at 6:55 pm 4 comments

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