Richard Mutabazi

Spaces for Peace

The Rwandan society is still marked by the wounds left by the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi, and the great lakes region is tremored by violence, discrimination and dissimilarity.

To respond to this, Never Again Rwanda (NAR) initiated Spaces for Peace around the country, where diverse groups of citizens assemble monthly to dialogue on delicate issues, through a societal healing process that strengthens the societal ability to openly and peacefully address conflict.

SIT student get to learn from NAR visit

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Students from the School for International Training (SIT) visited Never Again Rwanda (NAR) to get a deeper understanding of the peacebuilding and reconciliation process in Rwanda following the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi.


Eric Mahoro NAR’s, the Director of Programs while representing the Country Director, shared NAR experience in reconciliation and healing and the role the institution is playing as a civil society organization to sustain Peace, not only in Rwanda but also in the region.