Petition Make April 7th the day of remembrance of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda within Wales

A day of remembering the genocide against the Tutsi ethnicity in Rwanda would aim to promote understanding, collective responsibility to combat hatred, discrimination and violence in all its forms, and to prevent similar atrocities in the future. Activities should Include a moment of silence and a statement from the first minister or by any potential Rwandans living within Wales who are interested.

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Recently, the mayor of Ottawa had decided to make April 7th, 2024 the commemoration day of the Rwandan genocide against the Tutsi despite Canada’s lack of link with the genocide or Rwanda itself, should Wales not also follow along in these footsteps? Wales also has virtually nothing to do with Rwanda, however, Wales would become more respected as they acknowledge the horrendous events of the genocide against the Tutsi, which will be used in order to ensure that these atrocities do not occur again, and will be used to learn from in order to combat hate, discrimination, and divide. An important issue which the Senedd priorities in order for Wales to be non-racist, or non-discriminatory country.

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