By Christina Manch and Sam
Common Cause the platform of Congolese women fighting for peace and justice for women in the Congo and the diaspora, marked the launch of their Manchester branch on Saturday 30th March 2013 with a ‘Special Congolese Women’s...
Do you know what’s happening in the Congo? Take a night off your busy schedules and The Hope4Congo team for a charity event consisting of live music, dance, poetry and drama that aims to raise finance and awareness on the pressing issues going on in The...
Par Shana Mongwanga | 9 Mars 2013 | The English version : “Our long march to freedom” (Below).
Chaque année, en Mars, une marée rouge se déverse dans les rues de Londres. Des milliers de femmes vêtues de diverses nuances de pourpre chantent...
‘I Dream of Congo: Narratives from The Great Lakes’ will be a unique exhibition combining words and images from renowned international creatives alongside a groundbreaking exhibition of photos taken by women in eastern Congo.
The exhibition and...
Join the walk against the Congo genocide
Saturday 22 December, 2012
Location & Time:
Assembly at Edmonton Green Bus station at 1pm;
departure from 2pm to Seven Sisters Station.
Email: email@example.com / Phone:+44...
Source: Foreign Office Commonwealth. November 22nd, 2012.
Foreign Secretary and Secretary of State for International Development: “We judge the overall body of evidence of Rwandan involvement with M23 militia in the Democratic Republic of Congo to be...
Rwanda, Congo and the M23: Explaining violence in the Eastern DRC
Time: Tuesday, 27th November, 6-8pm
Venue: Brunei Gallery, SOAS (Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, London, WC1H 0XG)
Dr Phil Clark, Lecturer in Comparative and International Politics...
Date: 16 June 2012
Time: 2:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Location : School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London, Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, London WC1H OXG
Come and celebrate the Congo in an uplifting afternoon of edutainment.
Dans le cadre de l’opération Soutenons tous, nos héros (et tous nos martyrs) du 22 au 30 juin 2012 à Londres, la communauté congolaise de la Grande-Bretagne vous informe de l’arrivée des veuves de nos vaillants héros, M. Floribert Chebeya,...
Bandi is talking about a difficult topic that is close to him, and closer to many of us than we realise: the Congo.
Our mobile phones connect us to our loved ones and colleagues, at home and overseas. They are symbols of our interconnected world. But they...