Who are we?

Our approach


At All for Rwanda, we believe that advocacy is essential in promoting the rights and interests of all Rwandans, and particularly those of refugees. Through our activism, we organize discussions, debates, conferences, and events of all kinds to sensitize and mobilize both Rwandans and the international community to the issues we raise, particularly those related to refugees.

Our goal is to create a supportive environment for the Rwandan diaspora, especially the refugees, where their rights are respected, and they can live with dignity. Through our advocacy efforts, we seek to raise awareness of the challenges faced by refugees, including social and economic exclusion, discrimination, and violence. We are committed to working with all stakeholders, including governments, NGOs, and other actors, to find sustainable solutions to refugee crises.


All for Rwanda is committed to promoting a peaceful and diplomatic approach to addressing worldwide rwandan issues, especially those of the refugees. We believe that the interests, dignity, and security of refugees must be defended with vigor, but in a non-violent and constructive manner, by lobbying for our goals through human rights organizations, NGO’s, politicians, embassies, the United Nations, the African Union , the European Union, the East African Community and all other countries and organizations that want a peaceful and prosperous future for Rwanda.

We recognize that the challenges faced by refugees are often rooted in political and security issues. Therefore, we advocate for a political solution to the rwandan refugee crisis. We believe that a dialogue between refugees and the Rwandan government is the only way to achieve a lasting political solution to this complex issue.

Through our diplomatic efforts, we work to build partnerships with governments, NGOs, and other stakeholders to address the root causes of the refugee crisis. We are committed to promoting sustainable peace, stability, and security in the region and creating a supportive environment for refugees.


At All for Rwanda, we believe that democracy, freedom of conscience, a liberal society, freedom of expression, human rights, and equitable development are the pillars of our commitment to refugees, Rwandans, and Rwanda. These values are at the heart of all our actions.

Our activism is driven by the belief that every human being deserves to live with dignity and respect. We work to promote the rights and interests of all Rwandans, especially those of refugees, and to create an environment where they can thrive. Through our activism efforts, we advocate for social justice and promote human rights for all.

We believe that collective action is essential in creating a better world for all, particularly for refugees and all marginalized groups. We organize discussions, debates, conferences, protests, campaigns, and other events to raise awareness of refugee issues and to promote positive change to a prosperous and harmonious future for Rwanda.We work with local and international partners to find sustainable solutions to the challenges faced by refugees and to create a more just and equitable world for all.



Who are we?

All for Rwanda is a collective of young people that wants to contribute to Rwanda’s sustainable future, through diplomacy, peaceful actions, information, and the advocacy of human rights.

ARF defends the right of freedom of expression and political freedom.

Because young people are the future of Rwanda, AFR wants to engage them in activities and discussion so they and their children can live in a peaceful, social, harmonious, and prosperous Rwanda.

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The conference aims to address the issue of instability in Eastern Congo and offer solutions, with a focus on the Rwandan refugees without legal status. The event will bring together international experts and African civil society members in Belgium to discuss topics such as armed groups, transitional justice, the role of UN peacekeeping forces, and Belgium’s impact on the issue. The conference will take place on June 20th and hopes to contribute to peace and stability in the region.Vind hier alles over de presentatie van de petitie »

Unique conference about Rwanda’s future

On may 29th 2021 a unique conference of Rwandan youth inside and outside Rwanda was held online:How can Rwanda achieve true reconciliation and shared prosperity

For the first time since the 1994 genocide, Rwandan youth inside and outside of Rwanda were engaged in a discussion on cooperation and the future of the country. Speakers were: Johan Swinnen, Belgian ambassador to Rwanda during the genocide and expert Great Lakes Region. Gloria Uwishema  has been politically active for many years. Prosper Iraguha-Shima is an entrepreneur and an expert on trade with the Great Lakes Region in Africa. Dr Egide Ndayishimiye is board member of the Belgian Rwandan human rights organisation Jambo.Find here all about the conference »

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We aim to engage Rwandan and other youth in political, economic, and human rights activism…



We aim to engage Rwandan and other youth in political, economic, and human rights activism…



We aim to engage Rwandan and other youth in political, economic, and human rights activism…