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01 July 2005

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Africa - Connecting futures - preview

As thousands in Britain prepare to stand up for justice in Africa, Clare-Marie White brought back fresh perspectives from Rwanda

'If our poverty is the cause of our being ignored then I fear for the future
  • Where there is interest there is energy and I fear we will lose the energy
  • We will keep shouting to the end and keep suffering
  • ' This bleak view was from a Never Again conference participant who quoted Abraham Lincoln as he struggled to understand why the international community ignores conflict in his region


  • The Never Again forum on genocide prevention in Kigali told the developed world to stop ignoring and start listening to Africa, harder than ever before

  • Clare-Marie White

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