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Our Vison & Mission

Vision:

A future where sustainable peace and development is driven by creative, involved and critical-thinking citizens.

Mission:

To enhance citizens’ capacity to analyze the root causes of conflict and facilitate dialogue among peers in order to generate ideas and activities that work towards sustainable peace and socio-economic development
 
 

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  • Never Again Rwanda trains youth in peace building mechanisms

    Never Again Rwanda trains youth in peace building mechanisms

    Never Again Rwanda (NAR), under its bi-annual two-week Peace-Building Institute (PBI), is training Rwandan and international university students and young professionals on peace-building in post-conflict societies. The training, which opened Friday, is conducted under the theme, “What Rwanda can teach the world?” and is expected to empower young people with skills to prevent and overcome […]

     
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  • “If you take care of others, Rwanda can be even more beautiful”

    “If you take care of others, Rwanda can be even more beautiful”

    When Pio Mbabazi was orphaned in 1994 at just five years old, he learned the heartbreaking lesson of what it means to grow up labelled as “different.” After losing his mother to illness and then losing his father in the genocide perpetrated against Tutsis, Pio became a marginalized person, often finding himself excluded from society […]

     
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  • Great Lakes Peace-Building Program launches first Cross-Border Dialogue Space

    Great Lakes Peace-Building Program launches first Cross-Border Dialogue Space

    On a warm Wednesday afternoon, a group of neighbours came together in Rwanda’s Bugesera district to share, talk and – most importantly – listen to one another in the name of peacebuilding. They aren’t neighbours in a conventional sense; in fact, half of them are Rwandans and the other half Burundians. Despite living in different […]

     
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  • Fostering healing through dialogue groups

    Fostering healing through dialogue groups

    After class on a Monday afternoon, rather than rushing away from school grounds, a group of students at bussled into the conference room at Lycée de Kigali. Dressed in white shirts and khaki shirts and pants, 17 girls and boys – members of their school’s Never Again Rwanda (NAR) club – were eager to start […]

     
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  • ‘We want to show that healing is a very important need’

     
 
 
 

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. @GicumbiDistrict Vice Mayor in charge of Social Affairs, Mrs Charlotte BENIHIRWE attended the community dialogue organised by @NARwanda pic.twitter.com/R5EZ…

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