The Inquiry Committee on the BBC Documentary “Rwanda’s Untold Story handed their report to the Rwanda Utilities Regulatory Authority (RURA) on 28 February 2015. The committee was established to examine allegations that the film denied the genocide against the Tutsi and failed to meet journalistic standards and the BBC’s own editorial values.
The report has nine sections. The first section is the general introduction. It contains the executive summary, introduces the process that lead to the establishment of the Inquiry Committee and its mandate, as well as the methodology used to gather and interpret the evidence to respond to the mandate. Sections two through nine are tailored along the Committee’s terms of reference and upon which this committee derived its mandate. The final section is composed of the Committee’s conclusions and recommendations.