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    #Survivor4School At Hymers College

    Event name:

    Genocide Education - #The Lessons From Rwanda

    Date:

    Tuesday, 11 September 2018

     

    Start Time:

    10:00 - 12:00

     

    The Venue:

    Hymers College

    Hymers Ave,

    Hull

    HU3 1LW

     

    Main Speakers:

    Eric Eugene Murangwa MBE (Rwandan Survivor - Founder of Ishami Foundation)

    #Inspire Dialogue - University of Cambridge

    Event name:

    Building bridges, and Fostering Peaceful Communications

    Date:

    Saturday, 15 September 2018

    Start Time:

    17:00 - 20:00

    Venue:

    TBC

     

    Speakers:

    Dr Jean Pierre Dusingizemungu (IBUKA President)

    Eric Eugene Murangwa MBE (Founder of Ishami Foundation)

    #Survivors4School in Belfast

    Event Name:

    HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL DAY 2019

    Date:

    Monday15, Tuesday 16 & Wednesday 17 October 2018

    Start Time:

    9:00 AM

     

    Venue:

    TBC

     

    ST Speaker:

    Eric Eugene Murangwa MBE (Rwandan Survivor - Founder of Ishami Foundation) ​

    #S4S - At Radley College

    Event name:

    Genocide Conference

    Date:

    Tuesday, 13 November 2018

    Start Time:

    10:00am - 15:00pm.

     

    The Venue:

    Radley College
    Kennington Rd,

    Radley, Abingdon

    OX14 2HR

     

     

    ST Speaker:

    Eric Murangwa Eugene MBE (Founder of Ishami Foundation)

    #Survivor Talk At Global Marketing Society Conference

    Event name:

    The Braver Conference

    Date:

    Wednesday, 14 November 2018

    Start Time:

    20:30

    Venue:

    Science Museum

    Exhibition Road,

    South Kensington,

    London,

    SW7 2DD

     

    Speaker:

    Eric Eugene Murangwa MBE (Founder of Ishami Foundation)

    #Survivor Talk At Jewish Museum London

    Event name:

    Holocaust Memorial Day

    Date:

    Thursday, 24 January 2019

    Start Time:

    17:00 - 20:00

    Venue:

    Raymond Burton House,

    129-131 Albert St,

    Camden Town,

    London

    NW1 7NB

     

    ST Speakers:

    Eric Eugene Murangwa MBE (Rwandan Survivor - Founder of Ishami Foundation)

  • past events

    HMP Littlehey Holocaust Memorial Day 2018

    Event name:

    The Power of Words HMD 2018 - #Lessons From Rwanda

    Date:

    Monday, 29 January 2018

    Start Time:

    10:00 12:00

     

    The Venue:

    HMP Littlehey

    2 Crow Spinney Ln,

    Perry, Huntingdon

    PE28 0SS

     

    Main Speakers:

    Keith Simons MBE (United Synagogue)

    Eric Murangwa Eugene MBE (Rwandan Survivor - Founder of FHPU & ST)

    Cambridge Council's Holocaust Memorial Day 2018

    Event Name:

    The Power of Words HMD 2018

    Date:

    Sunday, 28 January 2018

    Start Time:

    17:00 18:30

     

    The Venue:

    Cambridge Guildhall

     

    Main Speakers:

    JO Ingabire Moys (Rwandan Survivor - Co-Founder of Survivors Tribune)

    Positive Messengers:​ Combating Online Hate Speech

    Thursday 11 January and Thursday 18 January 2018 – 17:00 - 19:30 pm

    Venue:

    The British Council,

    London

    SW1A

     

    Main Speakers:

    Vicky Gough (British Council)

    Lid King (Languages Company)

    Eric Eugene Murangwa MBE (Rwandan Survivor - Founder of FHPU & ST)

    Marian Carty (Goldsmiths University of London)

    Anny King (University of Cambridge) & Marina Carty (Goldsmiths)

    Philip Harding-Esch (Languages Company)

     

    Interactive training session for teachers and teacher educators Combatting Online Hate Speech.

    London Play 2 Remember

    Football for Hope, Peace and Unity - 5-A-Side Football Tournament London Play2Remember – 1st April 2017​

    London Play2Remember is an annual 5-a-side football tournament with a social goal: promoting reconciliation and togetherness through sport.

     

    Established in 2014 by Football for Hope, Peace and Unity (FHPU), Survivors Tribune sister organisation, and in collaboration with several community outreach groups, London Play2Remember provides a chance for survivors of genocide and mass atrocities, as well as their supporters, to get together in a spirit of commemoration and hope.

     

    London Play2Remember takes place on the first weekend of April to coincide with the international day of remembrance for the 1994 genocide in Rwanda on 7 April and the United Nations International Day of Sport for Development and Peace (IDSDP) on 6 April.

     

    The event is open to men, women and mixed teams.

     

    Please join as a team or individual player (you will be allocated to a team) to play on the day, or as a spectator to watch the fun and support our cause. The event is not for profit, any proceeds will be used to cover running costs or will be donated to the organisers to fund our work with vulnerable survivor, migrant, and refugee groups.

     

    In 2017, on Saturday April 1st, Waging Peace, an NGO that campaigns against human rights abuses in Sudan and supports its asylum-seeking communities, is for the second year teaming up with FHPU to bring together groups who have suffered atrocities, but also to highlight the current suffering of millions of refugees fleeing global conflict. We believe that to move beyond 'never again', we must look forward to ensure that our actions today contribute to preventing others suffering in future. Our goal is to encourage affected communities to integrate and to become active citizens fighting prejudice, intolerance and hatred, using sports, and football in particular, as a tool. For people in the midst of suffering, this hope is instrumental for moving forward.

     

    London Play2Remember takes place on the first weekend of April to coincide with the international day of remembrance for the 1994 genocide in Rwanda on 7 April and the United Nations International Day of Sport for Development and Peace (IDSDP) on 6 April.

     

    The event is open to men, women and mixed teams.

     

    Please join as a team or individual player (you will be allocated to a team) to play on the day, or as a spectator to watch the fun and support our cause. The event is not for profit, any proceeds will be used to cover running costs or will be donated to the organisers to fund our work with the vulnerable survivor, migrant, and refugee groups.

     

    SATURDAY 1 APRIL 2016, 1-5PM

    WHITE CITY TIGER TURF, BURLINGTON DANES ACADEMY,

    WHITE CITY, LONDON, W12 0EA.

     

    JOIN AS A TEAM OR INDIVIDUAL TO PLAY ON THE DAY

    Or come as a spectator to watch the fun! Teams are max 10 players and individuals will be allocated a team to play on the day.

     

    THE EVENT IS NOT FOR PROFIT

    Any proceeds will be used to cover the running cost or will be donated to FHPU and Waging Peace.

     

    REGISTER YOUR SPOT OR DONATE TO THE CAUSE HERE

    Alternatively, contact Maddy at Waging Peace with any questions on: maddy.crowther@wagingpeace.info or Eric from FHPU at eric.murangwa@fhpuenterprise.org

    Or call the Waging Peace office on 0203 752 5815.

    Bridgend Council's Holocaust Memorial Day (Wales)

    Event name:

    HOW CAN LIFE GO ON?​​

    Date

    Friday 20 January

    The venue

    Sony Theatre, Bridgend College, Cowbridge Road, Bridgend, CF31 3DF

    Start time

    10.30am

     

    Main Speakers:

    Councillor Huw David, Leader of Bridgend County Borough Council

    Antoinette Mushimiyimana (ST - Rwandan Survivor)

     

    Scope of the theme from HMDT (How can life go on?)

    • Trauma and coming to terms with the past
    • Displacement and refugees
    • Justice
    • Rebuilding communities
    • Reconciliation and forgiveness
    • Remembering
    • Facing hate - denial and trivialisation
    • Facing hate - today
    • Teach us about living

    #S4S - Portslade Aldridge Community Academy in Brighton - HMD 2017

    HOW CAN LIFE GO ON?​

    Thursday 26 January 2017 –

    8:30am.

     

    Portslade Aldridge Community Academy
    Chalky Road
    Portslade, Brighton
    East Sussex
    BN41 2WS

     

    ST Speaker:

    Eric Murangwa Eugene

     

    A Survivor Talk as part of PACA's Holocaust Memorial Day assembly.

    BRENT HOLOCAUST AND GENOCIDE MEMORIAL DAY

    HOW CAN LIFE GO ON?
    We need to ask what we can do to help nations and individuals affected
    by genocide come to terms with the past and try to rebuild the future.

    Thursday 26 January 2017
    7:00-8.30pm

    Conference Hall, Brent Civic Centre,
    Engineers Way, Wembley HA9 0FJ

     

    Main Speakers:

    Manfred Goldberg (Holocaust Survivor)

    Rehab A Jameel (ST - Darfur - Sudan)


    This event is free to attend. Booking or registration is not required in advance.
    For more details please visit www.brent.gov.uk/hmd

     

    Please join us for an evening of reflection with speakers and communities who have been affected by the Holocaust and other Genocides around the world including Bosnia, Cambodia, Darfur and Rwanda. The programme will also include music performances, memorial prayer and refreshments.

    Liverpool University's Holocaust Memorial Day 2017

    How can life go on?​​

    Date

    Thursday 26 January

    The venue

    The University of Liverpool Student Guild,

    160 Mount Pleasant,

    Liverpool,

    L3 5TR.

    Start time

    19.00Pm - 10:45PM

     

    Main Speakers:

    Jean Baptiste Kayigamba (ST - Rwandan Survivor)

    LICHFIELD CATHEDRAL'S HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL DAY

    How can life go on?​​

    Friday 27 January 2017 –

    10:00am-12:00pm.

     

    Lichfield Cathedral

    Chapter Office
    19a The Close
    Lichfield

    Staffordshire

    WS13 7LD

     

    Main Speakers:

    Gahizi Ganza Dieudonne (ST - Rwandan Survivor

    #S4S - The Perse School in Cambridge - HMD 2017

    How can life go on?​​

    Friday 27 January 2017 –

    12:15pm - 14:00pm.

     

    The Perse School

    Hills Road,

    Cambridge

    CB2 8QF

     

    ST Speaker:

    Eric Murangwa Eugene

     

    A Survivor Talk as part of The Perse School's Holocaust Memorial Day educational event.

    HARROW HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL DAY

    How can life go on?​​

    Monday 30 January 2017 –

    7:00-9:00pm.

     

    Elliot Hall,

    Harrow Arts Centre,

    171 Uxbridge Road,

    Hatch End, Middlesex,

    HA5 4EA

     

    Main Speakers:

    Mayor of Harrow

    Mala Tribich MBE (Holocaust Survivor)

    Jean Paul Samputu (ST - Rwandan Survivor)

     

    The main memorial candle will be lit by a local Rabbi who will recite the Jewish memorial prayer, and further candles will be lit by representatives of 9 other faiths from the borough to recognise other genocides.

     

    It is expected that Harrow Councillors, MPs and members of the press will be in attendance.

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