Le Processus d’Intégration du Genre dans la Nouvelle Constitution du Rwanda

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International assistance

The role of international or external support for national processes of constitution building has an instrumental impact on the design of these processes and the institutional choices that ultimately are framed in constitutions.

Training programme

The new Constitution Builders ACCESS Resource – is an interactive training tool that reinforces sharing experiences as a means to building the capacity of practitioners to solve some of the dilemmas that they face in constitution building.


The Handbook reviews and discusses some of the institutional and procedural design choices that practitioners have recently considered during contemporary constitution building.

Issue papers

Selected issues are considered at length based on emerging and ongoing dialogues among practitioners and specialists.


A collection of multimedia resources from and about constitution-building processes.

Web links

The web links provide a comprehensive list of relevant organizations and partners working in constitution building and related subjects.


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The present report presents the main ideas that emerged from the proceedings of a seminar jointly organised by the Forum of Rwandan Women Parliamentarians (FFRP), the Inter-Parliamentary Union(IPU) and the Transitional National Assembly(TNA)on the process of engendering a new constitution for Rwanda.

Level: Introductory
Publisher: (Rwanda, June 2001)