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From Hate to Humanity: September webcast series

If people can reconcile after genocide, they can reconcile after anything. That’s the hope born from Rwanda. In ‘From Hate to Humanity’, a live three-part webcast series this September, the Aegis Trust and Kigali Genocide Memorial will unpack how that hope is becoming a reality, not only in Rwanda, but way beyond its borders.

BOOK TICKETS NOW: www.hatetohumanity.aegistrust.org

Dr James Smith CBE, founder and CEO of the Aegis Trust, will be chairing this series and will introduce you to some remarkable contributors.

Through the series, you’ll learn about Rwanda’s 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi from survivors, historians and eyewitnesses including General Romeo Dallaire (pictured), commander of UN peacekeepers in 1994. The team who developed peace education in Rwanda will provide first-hand insights into the country’s remarkable road to recovery, and you’ll experience a workshop on forgiveness which has enabled participants affected by atrocities to lay down weapons and give up plans for revenge.

The series will run Sunday 6th, 13th & 20th September. Places are limited so register today to avoid disappointment: www.hatetohumanity.aegistrust.org

Access the webcast free of charge

Start a fundraiser for Aegis, or start a monthly donation of $5 or more, and we’ll provide you with free access to the entire webcast series!

There has never been a better time to support our work. The Pears Foundation will match the funds you raise or give for the first 12 months.

Champion Humanity

Championhumanity.com supports the Aegis Trust and Kigali Genocide Memorial. Get a 20% discount storewide (including the ‘Hate to Humanity‘ collection) when you buy tickets for this webcast series.

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