Kigali Genocide Memorial to host Kwibuka Film Screening & Conversation: Soccer My Saviour

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Join us for a screening of the film ‘Soccer My Saviour’, which will be introduced by genocide survivor Eric Eugène Murangwa and director Kyri Evangelou.

Event Details

Date: Thursday, 12 May 2016
Time: 7:30pm
Location: Kigali Genocide Memorial

‘Soccer My Saviour’ tells the story of Eric Eugène Murangwa, a survivor of the Genocide against the Tutsi and former professional football player and captain of the Rwandan national team. Eric is now the founder of “Football for Hope, Peace and Unity”. In the film, Eric gives an unflinching and candid look into his story of survival and his vision for a better future.

Afterwards, a discussion with Rwandan sportspeople Jean Baptiste Kayiranga and Grace Nyinawumuntu will be held on the role of sport in breaking down barriers and bringing people together.

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