Burundi’s humanitarian crisis : An inconvenient truth for the ruling party

 With less than a year to Burundi’s presidential election, aid workers and political analysts say the ruling party is intent on projecting an image of stability, while downplaying the extent of a (...)

 Article original.

Mis en ligne par whitney
 20/08/2019

Burundi’s humanitarian crisis : An inconvenient truth for the ruling party

 With less than a year to Burundi’s presidential election, aid workers and political analysts say the ruling party is intent on projecting an image of stability, while downplaying the extent of a (...)

Irin News - Burundi

Humanitarian news and analysis
A project of the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs

Les articles 

Burundi’s humanitarian crisis : An inconvenient truth for the ruling party

20/08 | With less than a year to Burundi’s presidential election, aid workers and political analysts say the ruling party is intent on (...)

The trouble with plans to send 116,000 Burundian refugees home

5/03 | Under pressure to go home, Burundian refugees in Tanzania face two bad options: return to face social and economic hardship and (...)

Refugee resettlement hits 10-year low

13/09 | Some 50,000 to 60,000 people fleeing war and persecution will start a new life and be on track for a new passport in 2018, but it will (...)

As risks rise in Burundi, refuge in Tanzania is no longer secure

8/05 | A political almanac, a miniature desk flag, a poster of presidents past and present: symbols of Tanzania, the country that has given (...)

Where are Burundi’s missing witnesses to crimes against humanity ?

16/11 | In Burundi, it’s not just witnesses to the politically motivated string of murders, torture, and rapes who are going missing, it’s also (...)

A shot across the bows from The Hague as ICC investigates Burundi

10/11 | By authorising a full-scale investigation into alleged crimes against humanity committed by state actors in Burundi, judges of the (...)

If UN is to be credible, it must act on Burundi before it's too late

11/10 | The Burundian government carries the primary responsibility for protecting its citizens from crimes against humanity, but instead it’s (...)

Burundi officials should be tried for “crimes against humanity” : UN commission

4/09 | Burundians “at the highest level of the state” and in its security services should face trial at the International Criminal Court for (...)

Hate speech stirs trouble in Burundi

21/08 | Next month, the Commission of Enquiry on Burundi, established by the UN Human Rights Council, is due to deliver its final report on (...)

International action needed over Burundi now

26/07 | Two years ago, President Pierre Nkurunziza ignited a political crisis in Burundi when he announced that he would run for a (...)

  Burundi

Vos commentaires

Nouveautés sur le Web 

 cette semaine: 1 article référencé

The trouble with plans to send 116,000 Burundian refugees home

5/03 | Under pressure to go home, Burundian refugees in Tanzania face two bad options: return to face social and economic hardship and (...)

Refugee resettlement hits 10-year low

13/09 | Some 50,000 to 60,000 people fleeing war and persecution will start a new life and be on track for a new passport in 2018, but it will (...)

As risks rise in Burundi, refuge in Tanzania is no longer secure

8/05 | A political almanac, a miniature desk flag, a poster of presidents past and present: symbols of Tanzania, the country that has given (...)

Where are Burundi’s missing witnesses to crimes against humanity ?

16/11 | In Burundi, it’s not just witnesses to the politically motivated string of murders, torture, and rapes who are going missing, it’s also (...)

A shot across the bows from The Hague as ICC investigates Burundi

10/11 | By authorising a full-scale investigation into alleged crimes against humanity committed by state actors in Burundi, judges of the (...)

If UN is to be credible, it must act on Burundi before it's too late

11/10 | The Burundian government carries the primary responsibility for protecting its citizens from crimes against humanity, but instead it’s (...)
 Izuba | 2002 · 2021