The Kigali Genocide Memorial is an important place of remembrance and learning about the Genocide against the Tutsi. It is through education that we can prevent mass atrocities from occurring in our communities.

A number of education programmes are run by the memorial, both onsite and in communities across Rwanda. Here you can learn about the work being done by the Kigali Genocide Memorial and Aegis Trust to build a peaceful and prosperous future.

You can also find resources for learning, research and teaching at the Rwanda Genocide Education Portal.

Educational Tour

The memorial’s Educational Tour teaches about the 1994 genocide in Rwanda and the importance of conflict prevention and peace-building


Every year, thousands of Rwandan and international students visit the Kigali Genocide Memorial. The students are guided through the memorial to learn about the causes, reality and consequences of the Genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda.


The Kigali Genocide Memorial conducts a range of teacher training programmes. These one day training sessions discuss genocide pedagogy as well as how to support students when learning about traumatic subjects such as mass atrocity and genocide.


The Kigali Genocide Memorial supports a range of external education programmes, in Rwanda and internationally.

The Rwanda Peace Education Programme run by Aegis Trust is the main outreach partner for the memorial. To date, 21 visits have taken place in communities across Rwanda. At the core of the programme is a mobile exhibition that uses story-telling to share how the Genocide against the Tutsi affected people and how reconciliation is being fostered.