Agnes Nindorera

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Consortium Fellow, 2002–2003
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Agnes Nindorera is a journalist from Burundi. Before she came to the Consortium, she had long taken courageous pro-peace and pro-human rights stands in her reporting, despite facing death threats and other forms of harassment. Her Consortium fellowship was based at the Center for Human Rights and Conflict Resolution at the Fletcher School for Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University. Ms. Nindorera used her fellowship year to examine the ways women, by adapting traditional social roles, can contribute to strengthening nascent civil society in Burundi. The result was her Consortium Working Paper, "Ubushingantahe as a Base for Political Transformation in Burundi."

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