Iyamuremye Eraste
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Iyamuremye Eraste replied to Roshan's discussion APPLY NOW! Master's-Level Certificate in Social Innovation Management. Limited Spots Available!!
"This intensive course is adequate for me. I holds a MTh and MCom in conflict resolutions and peace studies, so a certificate in social innovation management can help me analyze social challenges trends for conflict transformation. I would need …"
Apr 6, 2013
Iyamuremye Eraste replied to Maha Hilal's discussion Scholarship: Chevening-Weidenfeld Scholarships for Master of Public Policy programme at the University of Oxford
"Why African sub-Saharan countries are excluded in this scholarships?"
Dec 17, 2012
Iyamuremye Eraste replied to Hal Culbertson's discussion Visiting Research Fellowships - Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies, University of Notre Dame
"Dear Culbertson, This is a wonderful opportunity for researchers in peace studies. I am interested in conflict resolution mechanisms and peacebuilding processes. Eraste "
Aug 31, 2012
Iyamuremye Eraste commented on Benjamin M Smallwood's blog post International Conference on Indigenous Conflict Management Strategies
"Dear Benjamin, My Masters research topic was on "Gacaca": a community based justice that has been used to trial hundreds thousands of genocide perpetrators in Rwanda. This local mechanism of justice is built on the principle of:…"
Apr 13, 2012
Iyamuremye Eraste replied to Saybrook University's discussion Transformative Social Change Degree Program: Determining Student Interest
"Dear Robert, I am  interested in doing a PhD research at your university in Social change. I hold a Master degree in theology and a Master degree in Conflict Resolution and Peace studies (Natal University)."
Feb 29, 2012
Iyamuremye Eraste replied to Jitka Hromek-Vaitla's discussion Exploring Justice: Transitional, Restorative and Indigenous Applications, Caux Scholars Program
"This is wonderful but the age limitation excludes many who need this interaction in for their daily work. I will turn 55 years old in April and am involved in peace building and conflict resolutions in Rwanda. I hold a M.Th and M.Com in Conflict…"
Feb 9, 2012
Iyamuremye Eraste replied to Kira Kern's discussion Summer Institute for Israel Studies, Brandeis University
"My name is Eraste Iyamuremye, from Rwanda. I teach at Rwanda Institute of Evangelical Theology (RIET). My field of research is in theology and Peace and conflict resolution. I am developing a cross-cutting module of Israel and holocaust studies. I…"
Feb 5, 2012
Iyamuremye Eraste replied to Dr. Sarah Meharg's discussion Identicide, the precursor to genocide
"Sarah, you have sent a wrong response. I am Eraste Iyamuremye and my comments were on "identicide and ethnicide" in the case of Rwanda. Ethinicity in Rwanda instead of becoming the source of diversity it developed into political means of…"
Jun 15, 2011
Iyamuremye Eraste replied to Dr. Sarah Meharg's discussion Identicide, the precursor to genocide
"Hey I am interested by your research topic. I am from Rwanda and a researcher in the area of conflict resolution. Recently, I spent much time in the Center of Conflict Management (C.C.M) in Kigali. This center hosts two Master programmes: (1) on…"
Jun 13, 2011
Linley Joomjaroen and Iyamuremye Eraste are now friends
Apr 16, 2011
Iyamuremye Eraste replied to Linley Joomjaroen's discussion Building Peaceful Communities by countering violent extremism
"I am truly interested. I am the President and Executive Director of "Africa Mission Initiative" for Peace based in Kigali City and working in the area of peace-building for several years in Rwanda. Our proposal will reach you in proper…"
Apr 16, 2011
Iyamuremye Eraste commented on Craig Zelizer's blog post Top Sites for Finding Academic Jobs in Conflict Resolution, Development and Related Fields
"Thank you Graig for this piece of information. It is helpful to younger researchers and practitioners in conflict  and peace studies.  Eraste"
Mar 25, 2011
Iyamuremye Eraste replied to Friederike Bubenzer's discussion CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: IJR Transitional Justice Fellowship, Cape Town May-June 2011
"Hi again. I think I am not luck. I couldn't make it in two days to send my application. If there is no extension then I wish you a good fellowship. Eraste        "
Mar 19, 2011
Iyamuremye Eraste commented on Nene's event Leadership, Team Work and Team Management in Peace Operations
"Eraste Iyamuremye from Rwanda. I wish to attend the course. I will need more details as how and when the course will start and operate. Eraste"
Mar 17, 2011
Iyamuremye Eraste is attending Nene's event

Leadership, Team Work and Team Management in Peace Operations at Web-Based

April 11, 2011 at 8am to May 6, 2011 at 9am
BackgroundThe unique working environment of tense conflict and post-conflict zones requires a distinct set of skills and knowledge for successful team management. The structure of peace operations often involves the cooperation of many individuals working towards a common mission mandate where the importance of teamwork and healthy group dynamics are essential for achieving an efficient and productive, collaborative effort. The need for leadership, team ethics, and team management are essential…See More
Mar 17, 2011
Iyamuremye Eraste replied to Friederike Bubenzer's discussion CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: IJR Transitional Justice Fellowship, Cape Town May-June 2011
"Thank you Friederike. I will do my best to fill the application. Are restricted the reception to the 18th March or there will be an extension? I am struggling to opening the Pdf doc. Is there any way to send it to my address. Thanks   Eraste"
Mar 17, 2011

Profile Information

Please feel free to provide a short bio about yourself or the work of your organization (no more than 3 paragraphs)
I am an ordained minister, Bishop in Free Methodist Church, married with 5 children and President/Founder of "Africa Mission Initiative Rwanda (AMI).
I hold a M.Th and has taught theology for many years, provided leadership to my church for almost 9 years.
AMI is engaged in peace building, conflict management, advocacy for woman and child rights.
Please list the countries and/or regions in which you (or your organization) have direct and significant expertise
Democratic Republic of Congo
Central Africa Republic
What is your current country of residence (or location of your organization)?
What is your current job (and organization) and/or where and what field are you studying?
President and Legal Representantive of AMI
How many years professional experience do you have ?
Which are your primary sectoral areas of expertise (or the primary sectoral areas of your organization) ?
Alternative Dispute Resolution, Civil Society, Conflict Resolution, Culture, Dialogue, Education, Environment, Human Rights, Organizational Development
Which are your primary skills areas(or the primary skill areas of your organization)?
Advocacy, Budgeting, Capacity Building, Communication, Curriculum Development, Evaluation, Monitoring, Research, Training
What are some of your current areas of research (if any)?
Christian identity and genocide ideology: An analysis of the church's response to the genocide of Tutsi in Rwanda from 1959-1994.
If appropriate feel free to list several of your (or your organization's) publications
The role of the churches in the genocide of Tutsi in Rwanda (unpublished document)

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At 12:01am on October 24, 2010, Stephanie Knox Cubbon said…
Dear Eraste, Thank you for responding. I would be very pleased to communicate with you more about peace education. If you would like to send me an email to stephanie@teacherswithoutborders.org, I can send you some additional information about peace education. I will look forward to continuing this dialogue with you.
All the best,
At 9:54pm on August 31, 2010, Elisabeth King said…
Thanks for your interest, Eraste, and for your offer of hospitality. I will be sure to look you up when I make it to Kigali again. In the meantime, you can learn more about my work at www.columbia.edu/~ek2570 Your work on the role of the churches intersects with my work on the role of education in conflict and peacebuilding in Rwanda.
(the scholars that you mention are of no relation...There are a lot of 'King's out there!)
All the best.
At 5:19pm on May 10, 2010, Eileen R. Borris said…
Thank-you so much for your kind email. I definietly would like to stay in touch with you. If there is any way you can sponsor me to come to Rwanda I would love to give a forgiveness training there. My email is erborris@cox.net. I would love to hear from you. You can also check out my other websites www.globalpeaceinitiatives.com and www.dreileenborris.com. Forgiveness is my passion which I care a great deal about. I will be speaking at the United Nations next week on forgiveness and the healing of nations. I definitely would love to hel you and your country.

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