• Oswald Niyonzima, a Rwanda Red Cross Youth Delegate in Norway (2010-2011), is also a peace scholar. His Master studies were in Peace, Conflict and Development studies at Jaume I University in Spain. Besides, he holds a bachelor's degree of Communication from the National University of Rwanda.

    Oswald has got a 5-year experience working in media through which 3 years with Radio Salus as both a producer and reporter, 1 year with Huguka as Program Manager for Radio Huguka and Reporter for Huguka Newspaper and 1 year as Journalist for Kigali Today News Agency. Along his exercise as a journalist, Oswald was a also a reporter for Syfia International News Agency.

    Apart from journalism, Oswald also worked for Rwanda Red Cross and Norwegian Red Cross for one year.

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Delegates’ blogs synchrony-No children under 18 in military forces

Dear visitors!
I would like to inform you that for the sake of providing you with as much information as we can, sometimes you will be reading blog posts that are not necessarily writen by me but by other youth delegates about child soldiers.

Becuse we are now approaching the Red Hand Day, a campaign of Red Cross Youth to call our policy makers to opt for the total ban of the use of children under 18 in military forces, we are going to synchronize our blogs and let you get informed on unhuman physical and moral torture our innocent children, brothers and sisters are undergoing!

Would you like to have your say on this burning issue, react on our blog posts and join us on the Red Hand Day on February 12th. Red Cross Youth all over the country (Norway) will be posting Red Hand signatures on banners.

Just be with us!


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