Filtered by: Ethnic Conflict <Back to previous page ‘Footsteps 92 came at the right time’At Tearfund Learn, our favourite thing is to hear stories from Footsteps readers. A few years ago we sent out a survey to all Footsteps readers… Peaceful elections for allElections to choose representatives and leaders are one way in which people can have their voices heard. A democratic system helps enable different views to be debated within a parliament, rather than opponents using force to bring about the outcome they want. Postconflict reconstruction Experiences in Rwandaby Ian Wallace. The events in Rwanda in 1994 had an impact around the world. At Tearfund they caused us to think long and hard about our response both to the needs of the survivors of the genocide and the rebuilding of the social trust that had been destroyed. Reconciliation telling a different story[Peace-building] Philbert Kalisa grew up in exile in Burundi before training as a church leader. Since the time of the genocide, when many people were killed in a conflict between two tribes, the Hutu and Tutsi, he had a vision of bringing reconciliation in his parents’ country – Rwanda. Solidarity groups in Rwandaby Mukarugira Mediatrice.