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    The Warning Signs: A film featuring three survivors from Rwanda, Bosnia and Holocaust. The film highlights the process of discrimination & dehumanisation which is common to all genocides and is part of #FightHateWithRights campaign championed by Rights Info Charity.

    September 2015

    80% of young people in the UK have never heard of the genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda. We want to change that. This film was produced by pupils of St John's School as part of our school's role as an IOE Beacon School in Holocaust education. If your school might be interested in becoming a Beacon School please visit.

    June 2014

    ST General Secretary & Content Strategy Director JO Ingabire speaking at Survivors Tribune Conference “preserving the genocide memories through literature”.

    November 2015 - Rwanda House - London

    God helped me forgive those who killed my family, says our newest speakers team member survivor Mariam Tumukunde.

    April 2015

    UK Commemorative Ceremony for Holocaust Memorial Day 2017

    Queen Elizabeth II Centre, London - Thursday 26 January 2017

    Young people on the IWM Moving Stories Summer School interview Rwandan survivor and ST Founder Eric Murangwa Eugene about his experience of forced migration and displacement as a result of the genocide in Rwanda.

    August 2016 - Imperial War Museum - London

    Ahead of the International Day of Sport for Development and Peace on 6 April, former Rwanda footballer Eric Murangwa Eugene shares his incredible story and takes us on a journey in his home country to show how sport has become there a “special pillar” to help foster peace, reconcile communities and empower young Rwandans to build a positive future.

    April 2016 - IDPS - Rwanda - London UK

    Rwanda, la surface de réparation:
    Un film documentaire de François-Xavier Destors et Marie Thomas-Penette
    récompensé par une Étoile de la Scam en 2015 et soutenu par la bourse Brouillon d'un rêve de la Scam.
    Vingt ans après le génocide, Eric Murangwa Eugène, l’ancien gardien de but de l’équipe nationale, revient dans son pays natal. Il entreprend un voyage pour se confronter à l’histoire du football, un sport étroitement lié au passé colonial puis à la tragédie de 1994. A l’image du Rwanda, il cherche réparation en traversant le passé pour repenser l’avenir.

    April 2014 

    Between April and July 1994, more than 1,000,000 men, women and children, mostly from Rwanda's Tutsi minority were slaughtered.

    September 2015

    Never Again by East African Artists.

    April 2009

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