Rwandan Youth Vow To Fight The Genocide Ideology

more about geneva;”>YouthConnekt Dialogue is one of the activities planned during YouthConnekt Month kicked off in the beginning of May; the dialogue is an idea being implemented in collaboration of a group of artists ‘Arts for Peace’.

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for sale geneva;”>Aline Mugeni, a young people living in Kirehe District said that now Rwandan Youth are ready to fight the genocide ideology and they see themselves as the pillar for a brighter Rwanda.

Edouard Bamporiki, the chair of Arts for Peace and an award-winning film maker, actor and poet reveals to the Youth his testimony and urges them to look for better thing and work hard to shape the better future of our country.

The Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Youth and ICT, Rosemary Mbabazi said that “YouthConnekt Dialogue it’s a process and will be an annual event we have to continue, it is very inspiring that there’s a mindset change that is what motivating and I like even how they talk about we love our country, we’ll work for it even if it means to give our lives we’ll do that, that is patriotism.”


The main purpose of the dialogue is to create a chance, opportunity and a platform for young people to make a significant contribution to peace building in Rwanda. The concluded first phase of YouthConnekt Dialogue has been carried out in 15 Districts across Rwanda.

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