Kigali Genocide Memorial to host Ubumuntu Exchange on the Role of Women in Rwanda’s Reconstruction

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Join us at the Kigali Genocide Memorial for a special Ubumuntu Exchange on the role of women in peace building and reconstruction after the Genocide against the Tutsi.

Event Information
17 November 2016
18:00
Kigali Genocide Memorial

During this conversation, learn about the contribution of women to peace making and the challenges faced today. The discussion will give an insight into how we can all contribute to building sustainable peace in our society.

After a screening of a short film on the journey of recovery and the transformation of the new Rwanda, join a conversation with remarkable women who are among the driving force in promoting positive cultural values that enhance peace and reconciliation.

  • Mariya Yohana, Artist
  • Brenda Nkusi, National Youth Council

We look forward to seeing you! Tell us you’re coming by selecting ‘Going’ on the event page on Facebook here.

About Ubumuntu Exchange

The Ubumuntu Exchange is a series of film screenings and events held at the Kigali Genocide Memorial on topics related to the Genocide against the Tutsi and Rwanda’s renewal since the Genocide. The discussions are designed to be both informative and engaging.

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