Articles by Rais Neza Boneza

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From Kabila to Tshisekedi and Peacefully! The Congo Holds Its Breath
Raïs Neza Boneza – TRANSCEND Media Service, 28 Jan 2019

25 Jan 2019 – Today at 2 p.m. the members of the Constitutional Court sworn in the fifth President of the Democratic Republic of Congo, Felix Tshisekedi. It is a new era for some or continuity for others, but for sure it is a new chapter in Congo’s history. Between the euphoria of joy and consternations, the DRC holds its breath.

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Building Resilience Far from Home: Communal Democracy Practices amongst Urban Congolese Refugees in Uganda
Raïs Neza Boneza – TRANSCEND Media Service, 8 Oct 2018

It is possible for solution to germinate from within by working as one voice despite the differences and challenges; we reconcile and heal. This is the a testimony of resilience by displaced or sometime segregated people showed to us by the Congolese Refugee Community in deep Katwe suburb in Uganda, far from home; the very “Democratic republic of the Congo”.

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From Negative Leadership to Healing Leadership: A Therapy Strategy to Remedy African Instability
Raïs Neza Boneza – TRANSCEND Media Service, 22 Aug 2016

For Africa to address the many problems that cause conflicts – such as widespread corruption, economic inequality and exclusion of certain ethnic and social groups – it is essential to have democratic, well-governed states. To achieve peace and stability, Africa must recycle its current leadership by putting emphasis on the demilitarization of the minds and political institutions.

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Somaliland, Invisible Nationhood
Raïs Neza Boneza – TRANSCEND Media Service, 19 Oct 2015

The Republic of Somaliland is situated in the northwest of Somalia bordering Ethiopia and Djibouti on the tip of the horn of Africa. The international community and particularly the African Union have a duty to accompany the Somalilanders in their endeavor to preserve the democratization process for a cohesive and stable Somaliland to re-affirm their nationhood.

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Surviving Scarcities in Bulengo: Women’s Trial in Displaced Camps in North Kivu (D. R. Congo)
Raïs Neza Boneza – TRANSCEND Media Service, 1 Dec 2014

I reflect on the challenge of the Doctors Without Borders staff at the clinic. They are at the frontline of hope, they treat the disabled, do a regular follow up of the AIDS patients, support psychologically the women in distress. They are a group dedicated to provide free health care to everyone. They are also exposed to insecurity.

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The West and the Fascist Mindset Within: Romani Folk under Fire
Raïs Neza Boneza – TRANSCEND Media Service, 29 Sep 2014

The Rom folk face a wide range of often interrelated problems: citizenship, political participation, racially-motivated violence, poverty, unemployment, and an image which arouses ancestral fears of Gypsies.

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(Castellano) Vientos Africanos
Rais Neza Boneza – TRANSCEND Media Service, 18 Feb 2013

Vientos salinos,
Imágenes de ganado y de pastores,
Vida difícil del desierto,
Espejismo de ciudades de sal distantes.

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Empires Strike Hard, Nations Die Hard: Behind the Libyan Fake Revolution and the Re-colonization of Africa
Raïs Neza Boneza – TRANSCEND Media Service, 10 Oct 2011

After six months of fierce bombings on Libya by NATO and their TNC cronies; the mainstream media is painting the conflict as a natural consequence of the previous disillusioned revolution in North Africa.

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Empires Strike Hard, Nations Die Hard: Behind the Libyan Fake Revolution, And the Re-Colonization of Africa.
Raïs Neza Boneza – TRANSCEND Media Service, 29 Aug 2011

“Democracy building” in Libya, we are told, requires the extensive bombing of an entire country, under NATO’s”Responsibility to Protect” (R2P). To say we kill the Libyans for their own good is a deceit.

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REMEMBERING THE FAILURE OF COPENHAGEN 2009: SCHISM ON GLOBAL CLIMATE SUMMIT
Raïs Neza Boneza, 9 Jan 2010

When there are still some people who see climate change as another kind of conspiracy or a natural process, but overwhelmingly the emergency of an appropriate response is well recognized. The search for a unilateral solution to the equation faded on both side of the most powerful and weak actors; living the real issues binding […]

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