UMUSHYIKIRANO 2013

The 11th National Dialogue Council was held under the theme “The Rwandan Spirit: Foundation for Sustainable Development”. Around 1100 people attended the event including leaders from government, representatives from the private sector and Rwandans from all walks of life, including those living abroad. The following presentations were delivered at the event: Ndi Umunyarwanda, Good Governance for Sustainable

UMUSHYIKIRANO 2012

The 10th National Dialogue Council was held under the theme “Agaciro: Aiming for self reliance”. Around 1000 people attended the event including leaders from government, representatives from the private sector and Rwandans from all walks of life, including those living abroad. The following presentations were delivered at the event: – Promoting Principles and Values of

UMUSHYIKIRANO 2011

The 9th National Dialogue Council was held under the theme “Strive for our dignity, together we pitch for rapid development”. Around 1000 people attended the event including leaders from government, representatives from the private sector and Rwandans from all walks of life, including those living abroad. The following presentations were delivered at the event: Approaches

UMUSHYIKIRANO 2010

The 8th National Dialogue Council was held under the theme “Our responsibility is delivering quality service”. Around 950 people attended the event including leaders from government, representatives from the private sector and Rwandans from all walks of life, including those living abroad. Those unable to attend were able to contribute via a toll free hotline,

UMUSHYIKIRANO 2009

The 7th National Dialogue Council was held under the theme “Let us do more valuable and sustainable work”. Around 900 people attended the event including leaders from government, representatives from the private sector and Rwandans from all walks of life, including those living abroad. The following topics were discussed at the event: The Vision 2020

UMUSHYIKIRANO 2008

The 6th National Dialogue Council was attended by 940 people including leaders from government, representatives from the private sector and Rwandans from all walks of life, including those living abroad. From the discussions that took place, a total of 24 resolutions were passed. The resolutions from the event led to the following achievements: A National

UMUSHYIKIRANO 2007

The 5th National Dialogue Council was held under the theme “Enhance the national economy even further, as a springboard to adress other problems facing the country ”. Around 940 people attended the event including leaders from government, representatives from the private sector and Rwandans from all walks of life, including those living abroad. At this

UMUSHYIKIRANO 2006

The 4th National Dialogue Council was attending by 800 participants from government, members of parliament, civil society, the private sector and Rwandans from all walks of life, including those living abroad. The following topics were discussed at the event: Approving the report from the 3rd National Dialogue Council (Umushyikirano) The role of the leaders’ accountability

UMUSHYIKIRANO 2005

The 3rd National Dialogue Council was attended by around 860 people including leaders from government, representatives from the private sector and civil society as well as Rwandans from all walks of life including those living abroad. The following topics were discussed at the event: Promoting knowledge based decision making using clear social and economic indicators

UMUSHYIKIRANO 2004

21-22 DECEMBER 2004 The 2th National Dialogue Council was attended by around 800 people including leaders from government, representatives from the private sector and Rwandans from all walks of life, including those living abroad. The focus of the event was good governance and how leaders across government could more effectively instil a culture of accountability