Schedule

Ingiro Ikwiye is aired on RTV starting January 28th. It is aired every Saturday at 18:00-18:50 and re-broadcasted every Sunday at 22:00-22:50. The last episode is broadcasted on April 1st. Information regarding each episode can be seen below.

 

Saturday January 28th
Ingiro Ikwiye Ivory Coast – Difficult Life Conditions
18:00-18:50

Sunday January 29th
Ingiro Ikwiye Ivory Coast – Difficult Life Conditions
22:00-22:50 (re-run)

Docteur Déo Byanafashe, Bernardin Rutazibwa, Faith Mbabazi, Gonzague Muganwa, Kalisa Rugano, and Eminente Mugabushaka discuss the complexity of the situation in Ivory Coast. Ivory Coast has experienced years of difficult life conditions, including war and conflict. It now has a new government, but faces challenges in how to return to stability and unity among the population. The panelists discuss the different aspects of the situation, draws connections to Rwanda and in the end offer advice on how to handle the situation.

 

Saturday February 4th
Ingiro Ikwiye Kenya – Individuals form groups
18:00-18:50

Sunday February 5th
Ingiro Ikwiye Kenya – Individuals form groups
22:00-22:50 (re-run)

Ibrahim Ndagijimana, Musenyeri Kayinamura Samuel, Willy Rukundo, Clarisse Nzabonimpa, Dominique Nduhura and Edouard Bamporiki discuss the violence that took place in Kenya in 2007, following the presidential elections. They focus on how one can avoid the risk of people grouping together based on an ideology of ‘us versus them’.

 

Saturday February 11th
Ingiro Ikwiye South Africa – Group scapegoats another group
18:00-18:50

Sunday February 12th
Ingiro Ikwiye South Africa – Group scapegoats another group
22:00-22:50 (re-run)

Pr. José Kagabo, Clément Musangabatware, Didacienne Mukahabeshimana, Fréderic Karanganwa, Dr. Déo Byanafashe and Freddy Mutanguha discuss the violence in South Africa in 2008, which targeted immigrants. They offer advice and suggestions on what can be done to avoid one group being scapegoated as the source of all problems.

 

Saturday February 18th
Ingiro Ikwiye Iran – Destructive ideology
18:00-18:50

Sunday February 19th
Ingiro Ikwiye Iran – Destructive ideology
22:00-22:50 (re-run)

Ambassador Polisi Denis, Sheikh Nshimiyimana Saleh, Forongo Janvier, Francine Rutazana and Lion Imanzi, discuss the conflict in Iran. They offer suggestions on what can be done to fight destructive ideologies.

 

Saturday February 25th
Ingiro Ikwiye Bosnia – Cognitive dissonance changes moral beliefs
18:00-18:50

Sunday February 26th
Ingiro Ikwiye Bosnia – Cognitive dissonance changes moral beliefs
22:00-22:50 (re-run)

Dr Naasson Munyandamutsa, Assumpta Mugiraneza, Willy Rukundo, Ernest Mutwarasibo and Dr Sentama Ezéchiel, discuss the conflict in Bosnia and share ideas of how to avoid cognitive dissonance changing moral beliefs.

 

Saturday March 3rd
Ingiro Ikwiye Bahrain – Bystander passivity affirms perpetrators
18:00-18:50

Sunday March 4th
Ingiro Ikwiye Bahrain – Bystander passivity affirms perpetrators
22:00-22:50 (re-run)

Museminali Marcel, Kalisa Rugano, Rugwiro Omar, Eminente Mugabushaka, Rwibasira Nshogoza Gallican and Umubyeyi Marie Médiatrice talk about the situation in Bahrain. They discuss the passivity of the international community in regards to the violence targeting demonstrators. How can a culture of passivity be avoided?

Saturday March 10th
Ingiro Ikwiye Israel – Unhealed wounds
18:00-18:50

Sunday March 11t
Ingiro Ikwiye Israel – Unhealed wounds
22:00-22:50 (re-run)

Assumpta Mugiraneza, Eminente Mugabushaka, Dr Sheikh Omar Khalfan Bizuru, Jean Paul Samputu, Bakusi Alphonse and Gloriose Bazigaga analyze the conflict in Israel. They discuss how unhealed wounds from the past influence people’s actions and what can be done to prevent it.

 

Saturday March 17th
Ingiro Ikwiye Libya – Uncritical respect for authority
18:00-18:50

Sunday March 18th
Ingiro Ikwiye Libya – Uncritical respect for authority
22:00-22:50 (re-run)

Ingabire Marie Immaculée, Bernardin Rutazibwa, Jean Paul Mugiraneza, Hervé Kimenyi and Umubyeyi Marie Médiatrice analyze the situation in Libya. They discuss the way forward for the new government which replaced the dictatorship of Khadaffi, and how to encourage people to not have blind respect for authority.

 

Saturday March 24th
Ingiro Ikwiye Syria – Monolithic society
18:00-18:50

Sunday March 25th
Ingiro Ikwiye Syria – Monolithic society
22:00-22:50 (re-run)

Sheikh Habimana Saleh, Dr Sheikh Omar Khalfan Bizuru, Immaculee Ingabire, Ndahiro Herbert, Faith Mbabazi and Bishop Kayinamura Samuel discuss the sitaution in Syria and what can be done to avoid a society which only allows one idea.

 

Saturday March 31st
Ingiro Ikwiye Sudan – Presence of war can cause genocide
18:00-18:50

Sunday April 1st
Ingiro Ikwiye Sudan – Presence of war can cause genocide
22:00-22:50 (re-run)

Sheikh Habimana Saleh, Freddy Mutanguha, Lion Imanzi, Christine Tuyisenge, Alphonse Nkuranga and Hillarie Mukamazimpaka, discuss the situation in Sudan. Sudan has suffered from continous conflict, but what actions can be taken during periods of war to avoid violence escalating into genocide?