Part.1. African’s peaceful’s Means: Humanism or Pre-TRANSCEND period by Raïs Neza Boneza

In this series of African’s peaceful means, we will explore through structural research on violence and peace, we shall try to comprehend the conception of conflict in Africa, its cultural roots, its development and its current psychological and physical consequences on African societies.

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A Belgian Prince, Gorillas, Guerrillas & the Future of the Congo By

sources: The Daily Beast  Emmanuel de Merode is fighting rebel armies and a powerful oil company to protect Virunga Park, its animals and its people. His allies? Prince William and Leonardo DiCaprio. But his enemies may be stronger.

VIRUNGA, Congo — On April 15, Prince Emmanuel de Merode’s hulking Land Rover kicked up clouds of dust as he navigated it past the skeletal grey buildings of Goma, a provincial capital in eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo, and on to the bumpy road that would take him to Virunga National Park, his home.

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Toward the Ubuntu-ization of the world: A Khemetic/African perspective on the Middle East Crisis/Crime

Bujumbura, Burundi /

Mother Africa’s view on major world crisis seems not to interest those who see themselves as the international community. Centuries of dominance and unrest have blinded the world from the potentiality of Khemet/Africa to bring out anything good to the edification of a fair world. As one read more

Nordic Countries and the Congo colonization By Raïs Neza Boneza

A New Meanings paper presented and discussed during the 2006 trip in the Great-Lakes region of Africa

While the west and particularly in France, debates are centered on the positive role of Colonization, and exhibit in their museum, trophies stolen from native people around the world and in this case in Africa.

clip_image002Maternity Congo

I am particularly struck by the November 2005 funded project read more

Sudanese Internal Displaced People Challenge for the future Administration By Raïs Neza Boneza (Archives 2007)

refugee camps picThe civil war in Sudan has created nearly four million internally displaced persons (IDPs) within its borders. In January 2005 a peace agreement was signed between GOS (Government of Sudan) and its main opponent in the South, the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement/Army (SPLM/A) led by John Garang. After the signing of the agreement that sworn into the government former read more

Plight of the Refugees and IDP’s in Uganda By Raïs Neza Boneza


The recent history recent history in the Great Lakes region of Africa has painfully illustrated the insufficient commitment for an international response to forced and mass migration. Efforts to ensure international protection for refugees have been repeatedly frustrated as states have expressed an increased reluctance to offer asylum, particularly concerning security and stability read more

Leave or Die: Analysis and Memory of Refugees By Raïs Neza Boneza

Refugees from DR Congo board a UNHCR truck in ...

Refugees from DR Congo board a UNHCR truck in Rwanda (Photo credit: noodlepie)


Memory is a vast lake of remembrances sometimes disrupted by huge waves of thought. For every June 20th, International Day of the Refugee, the entire world will remember the humanitarian holocaust of this century in Afghanistan, in Iraq, Palestine, or in the Great-Lakes Region in East-Africa…


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