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Never Again Rwanda

 

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
 
 

Human Rights

 
  • ‘Societal healing’ transforming community members into peace agents

    ‘Societal healing’ transforming community members into peace agents

    ‘Societal healing’ transforming community members into peace agents When some Genocide perpetrators committed themselves to asking for forgiveness, they didn’t know that the gesture would give them a more positive feeling towards humanity. When some survivors committed to unity they didn’t know they would get a sense of belonging from their traumatic wounds. “I took […]

     
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  • INTERNATIONAL DAY OF PEACE: BUILDING BLOCKS FOR PEACE.

    INTERNATIONAL DAY OF PEACE: BUILDING BLOCKS FOR PEACE.

    Every year on the International Day of Peace, the United Nations calls on the people of the world to remember their common humanity and join together to build a future free of strife. It calls on all of us to observe a day of global ceasefire and non-violence. Never Again Rwanda (NAR) in collaboration with […]

     
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  • Youth celebrates the international youth day

    Youth celebrates the international youth day

    Youth constitute a large percentage of the population, not only in Rwanda but across the world. With an increase in population poverty, inadequate unemployment and substance abuse have become evident. On August 12, 2016 Never Again Rwanda joined the world in celebrating the international day of youth on the theme; The Role of Youth in […]

     
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  • From Survival to Life; Rwanda’s Healing Process at a Glance

    From Survival to Life; Rwanda’s Healing Process at a Glance

    Twenty-one years after the Genocide against the Tutsis, Rwanda has made remarkable progress in rebuilding society, fostering peaceful relationships among citizens and shifting focus away from its dark past to a bright, promising future. Still, 21 years is a short time when it comes to healing all those affected by the horrific events in 1994 […]

     
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  • Never Again Rwanda will never relent to promote rights of all the youth

     
 
 
 

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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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