Tag Archive: Rwanda

By Jessica Mbanda (Content Developer and Youth-Orientated Intervention Practitioner at Never Again Rwanda) It is only about two decades since Rwanda and her people witnessed the brutal killings and bloodshed during the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi, in which over one million lives were claimed in just under 100 days....

A University of Leeds-led project to consolidate, embed and expand the learning from Changing the Story’s Phase One project The Changemakers (South Africa) to new and existing contexts across Africa has been awarded Quality-related research funding by Research England. Developing Youth Leadership for More Peaceful and Inclusive Societies in Post-Conflict...

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...

“Mobile Arts for Peace” is the name of the Phase 1 Rwandan project for Changing the Story. Find out more about what we’re doing in Rwanda, our approaches, processes and aspirations. The Mobile Arts for Peace (MAP) project supported by partners Mashirika Creative and Performing Arts, Aegis Trust, Kwetu Film...