Peacebuilding- The peace building Pillars aims at promoting mutual understanding, respect, and use of non-violent conflict resolution processes among citizens in order to build sustainable peace. Activities in this program are aimed at informing and educating the society on how they can effectively prevent genocide and work towards a sustainable peace. Components include ; Conflict Transformation, healing, psychosocial support, social cohesion, genocide prevention and peace education. Activities involve
Never Again Rwanda hosts Peace-Building Institutes twice a year in Rwanda. Guided by the theme, “What can Rwanda teach the World?” the Institute brings together exceptional young people from around the world to discuss and learn about genocide history and prevention, transitional justice, and good governance and development.
Societal Healing Program
Societal Healing program aims to create safe spaces where community members and youth from diverse backgrounds convene (SH) to openly discuss their sensitive past to start a process of healing and reconciliation. This program targets 15 groups including community members, schooling and non-schooling youth.
Civic Participation & Peacebuilding Project
Through Participation and Peacebuilding project, NAR provides spaces for youth from different backgrounds to voice their concerns about peace processes in their communities. Key activities in this project include regional Public speaking, and exchange, commemoration conference, critical thinking sessions, and football for peace.
Rwanda Peacebuilding Empowerment Project
Through this project, youth from Never Again Rwanda clubs and associations learn about mediation and conflict resolution, attend regular mediation workshops, and are supported to put their trainings into practice in their communities.
Great Lakes Peace-Building Program
Trans-Border Dialogue for Peace in the Great Lakes Region”, this programme holds dialogue processes with communities, decision makers, CSOs in particular youth, women and peacebuilding organizations and regional institutions to promote the value of common interests and to reduce feelings of mistrust and prejudice held by local populations. It uses participatory action research, dialogue spaces which engages its core boundary partners in identification and analysis of major challenges to peace and therefore propose practical solutions to address them. Recommendations from these processes are taken to relevant stakeholders to negotiate their consideration and implementation