Date(s) - 10/11/2023
19:00 - 20:30
The title will be
Rwanda almost 30 years on
In around 100 days in 1994, up to a million of the indigenous people of the small African country of Rwanda were killed. A civil war had turned into genocide.
The Peace Lecture will consist of a conversation with Marc Gwamaka who is responsible for Aegis Trust‘s day to day national youth leadership programmes in Rwanda. This involves developing and facilitating youth leadership training programmes and supporting youth leaders.
Marc has been active in the fight against genocide since his teenage years. As a teenager he and his friends founded Peace and Love Proclaimers “Youth for Change,” a dynamic peace-building youth organisation in Rwanda. Marc Gwamaka is the founder of Walk to Remember, an international education programme used to educate and mobilise youth from all over the World to fight against Genocide.