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NAR convened youth from diverse backgrounds among other participants to discuss the functionality, challenges and limitations to safe spaces for youth. Hinging on the international theme: “Safe Spaces for Youth”, a dialogue was facilitated between government officials, academia and civil society representatives and -most importantly- youth groups with the goal of offering practical solutions to the challenges of creating youth-friendly spaces that are safe and dignifying.
Never Again Rwanda (NAR) in Partnership with GIZ hosted a Regional Public Speaking and exchange, where youth from Rwanda, Uganda, DRC and Burundi came together to discuss issues hindering peace in their various settings, reflecting on possible solutions and how to overcome them in their respective communities through the performance of speeches and creative pieces.
At Never Again Rwanda, this 15th Sepetmber, as we join the global community to observe the 2018 International Day of Democracy, we take time to ref
In an open community radio dialogue on the role of parliamentarians, various issues were tackled and these include: policy formulation and law-making, holding government to account and promoting the interests of their constituencies. The platform was also used as a safe space for citizens to voice their opinions on what they really think new candidates in parliament can do better in their upcoming office tenure as citizen representatives.