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Written by Jessica Mitchell. The University of Leeds and HERD international are in the final stages of planning a 3-day workshop, organised in partnership with Changing the Story, which will investigate the scope of community engagement methods to tackle antimicrobial resistance (AMR).  This June policymakers, researchers, and practitioners will congregate...

Kwibuka translates in Kinyarwanda as “to remember”. April 2019 marks 25 years since the 1994 Genocide Against the Tutsi in Rwanda. The 7th–14th April 2019 was a national week of mourning, and the remembrance period lasts until the 4th July. More information may be found on the official Kwibuka25 website....

The role of arts for peacebuilding initiatives has influenced major research and civil society organisations both nationally and internationally. Some of the benefits of arts-based approaches includes the opportunity to create innovative approaches for community dialogue alongside the development of skill building in the performing arts more generally. Mobile Arts...