Rwandans Living in Poland opened a Memorial Site in Worclaw, Poland, for Victims of the 1994 Genocide Against Tutsi.
The idea come from Rwanda evening in Poland which were organized by Rwanda Diaspora in Poland in collaboration with Fundacja dla Somali, a Foundation of Somalians in Poland, together with the Warsaw Multicultural Center, African Euro-Scholars from Erasmus Program and the Rwandan Embassy in Germany.
In this event, a plan to open a Genocide Memorial Site for the victims of the 1994 Genocide against Tutsi in Wroclaw – Poland was revealed.
This memorial site was set up by the Rwandan Community in Poland in collaboration with the Jewish Community in Poland.
Rwandan and Friends of Rwanda marched for Walk to Remember after opening Memorial Site in Poland.
On therother hand, United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural organization [UNESCO], has elevated four genocide memorial sites in Rwanda into the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites according to UNESCO commission in Rwanda.
These sites include Gisozi Genocide Memorial Site in Kigali, the Ntarama Genocide Memorial Site in the Bugesera District as well as the Murambi Genocide Memorial Centre in the Murambi district in southern Rwanda and the Bisesero Genocide Memorial Site in the Karongi District in the country’s Western Province.
UNESCO announced that these sites have been included on the World Heritage List; sites must be of outstanding universal value and meet at least one out of ten selection criteria.
Photos:Rwanda Community Abroad Poland
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