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By Immy Mulekatete

In 2002, three young students at the former University of Rwanda in Huye bore an idea that would eventually turn into a major peace building influence.

At that time the university was marred by tensions, as hate words were scribbled on the walls of the campus buildings.  The three students refused to be bystanders and initiated a platform that would help them act as peace ambassadors.

Students from the School for International Training (SIT) visited Never Again Rwanda (NAR) to get a deeper understanding of the peacebuilding and r

Kigali : The Peace building Institute (PBI) was established by Never Again Rwanda as a bi-annual platform that brings together Rwandan, regional, i

Never Again Rwand­­a has five departments that include; Peacebuilding, Governance, Human rights, Economic empowerment and Research and advocacy.

The recent history of the Great Lakes region holds many instances of violent conflicts that left behind wholesale effects.

While it’s a known fact that peace is the mother of all constructive inventions, its attainment is still a necessity even where there is seemingly

By. Debby Karemera

The Peacebuilding Institute is a two weeks bi-annual program that is conducted in two phases, June for international participants and in December/January for regional.

Rwanda’s horrific past, her recovery process and cross-cultural exchange is the main focus of the Peacebuilding Institute under the theme “what can

On December 12th 2016, Never Again Rwanda (NAR) joined the world in commemorating the International Human Rights Day and on this day it was noted h

On June 29th 2016, Never Again Rwanda gathered 20 young writers, in Kigali, to have a discussion on ‘The role that citizen journalism can play in p

Never Again Rwanda has recognized the fact that citizens are yearning for a platform to air their views, and has responded by establishing