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Interview: Rwanda’s Street Children Locked up, Abused

January 27, 2020 Report “As Long as We Live on the Streets, They Will Beat Us” Rwanda’s Abusive Detention of Children Download the full report in English So what exactly is happening to Kigali’s street children? They’re being rounded up, mostly by police, and taken to a site called Gikondo Transit Center as part of a “rehabilitation process,” as the Rwandan authorities call it. In reality the center operates as unofficial detention facility. The kids aren’t given due process, or access to a lawyer or guardian. They are not brought before a judge. Instead they are kept for weeks to months at a…

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