Policy and practice on peacebuilding is most effective when it is rooted in a clear understanding of research and evidence. The Genocide Research Hub aims to contribute to building a knowledge society around genocide prevention and peacebuilding policy and practice in Rwanda. This hub was established in 2016 as a global knowledge exchange platform for researchers, policymakers, and practitioners, and is primarily focused on the Rwandan situation, placed in regional and global context.
Genocide Research Hub
Research, Policy & Higher Education
The Genocide Research Hub is run by the Research, Policy and Higher Education (RPHE) programme, part of Aegis Trust’s Genocide Research and Reconciliation programme which is funded by the Department for International Development of the United Kingdom.
The programme informs policy and practice on peacebuilding and genocide prevention in Rwanda with evidence, and it also supports the Rwandan research community as they provide and communicate this evidence. RPHE works in partnership with Rwandan researchers, policymakers and practitioners.