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DGPR Conducted a Leadership Training in Rwamagana District and Established Party Structures

Secretary General, Jean Claude Ntezimana, training members
Secretary General, Jean Claude Ntezimana, training members

The Democratic Green Party of Rwanda is pleased to inform members of the media and the general public that it successfully conducted a leadership training for party members in Rwamagana District and established party structures.

The trainings were conducted between 3rd -11th September 2016, with support from the National Consultative Forum of Political Organisations in Rwanda.

The trainings focused on the following themes:

-        Political competition: elections, rules and regulations during electoral campaigns

-        Political ideology and general principals of politics

-        Political leadership and political conflict management

-        Gender and the role of women in decision making organs

-        Responsibilities, structures and strategies of political parties in a democracy

-        Partnerships between private sector and the Government in development and young entrepreneurship

Members also elected a party district committee, which will oversee the formation of other structures in Rwamagana District. This committee will work closely with the Provincial Women Greens Committee in the Eastern Province.

The Democratic Green Party of Rwanda was officially launched on 14th August 2009 as an opposition party. It got official registration on 9th August 2013 and accepted as a member of the National Consultative Forum of Political Organisations in Rwanda on 3rd April 2014.

DGPR’s Status were published in the official gazette of the Republic of Rwanda on 4th August 2014.

 

Done at Kigali on 12th September 2016

 

Dr.Frank Habineza

 President, Democratic Green Party of Rwanda

Secretary General, Jean Claude Ntezimana, training members