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DGPR Successfully Held an Environmental Management Training for Members of the Political Bureau

DGPR's Political Bureau
DGPR's Political Bureau

The Democratic Green Party of Rwanda is pleased to inform members of the media and the general public that it successfully conducted a leadership and Environmental Management Training for the members of the Political Bureau on 22nd November 2014.  

The training focused on the roles of party members in environmental protection, analysis of the environmental protection law and the party commitments on environmental protection as outlined in the Party’s political program.

Party leaders also had a chance to be refreshed on the party’s ideology. Democracy Promotion was emphasised as the party’s first priority and the term ‘Green’ as not standing just for environmental protection but rather for an ideology that has six pillars, including: social justice, non-violence, sustainable development, respect for diversity and the promotion of human rights.

Members of the Political bureau were also trained on issues concerning gender and the role of women in decision making, political leadership, conflict management and the general principals of politics.

These types of trainings empower party leaders with necessary skills and knowledge that helps in the decision making process and democracy building. This training was supported by the National Consultative Forum of Political Organisations in Rwanda.

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 24th November 2014



Secretary General, Democratic Green Party of Rwanda



DGPR's Political Bureau
Political Bureau
DGPR's training