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ABOUT THE CONFERENCE 2018

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OUR SPEAKERS

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Hope Azeda

Creator and Director

Samuel Kyagambidwa

Managing and Finance Director & Itetero Radio Drama

Lillian Karagwa

Script Writer

EVENT SCHEDULES

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08:30am-04:30pm Seamlessly coordinate economically sound. Hope Azeda Room-01
9:30am-5:30pm Seamlessly coordinate economically sound. Samuel Kyagambidwa Room-02
10:30am-4:00pm Seamlessly coordinate economically sound. Kabatesi Gashumba Hajirah Room-03
12:00am-04:30pm Seamlessly coordinate economically sound. Room-04
02:30am-04:30pm Seamlessly coordinate economically sound. Room-05
08:30am-12:30pm Seamlessly coordinate economically sound. Room-06
11:30am-04:30pm Seamlessly coordinate economically sound. Room-07
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From Our Blog

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Hope Azeda: tackling the aftermath of the Rwandan genocide through the arts

We meet the woman behind an annual arts festival that takes on the history of one of the bloodiest episodes in Africa’s recent history. “When I returned to Rwanda,” says playwright and performer Hope Azeda, “the country was on its knees. It was in ashes and was trying to rise. As an artist, your instinct

Mashirika targets teens in new video about mental health

A portal by a group of talented teenagers is opening between three cities around the globe this weekend. On Friday and Saturday, there will be a live video streaming event dubbed Can You Hear Me Now? featuring young people from three cities- Kigali (Rwanda), Kampala (Uganda), and Bristol (UK). Can You Hear Me Now? is

Rwanda, Sweden join hands to end Gender Based Violence through drama

Mashirika Performing Arts and Media Company has entered a partnership with International Association of Theatre for Children and Young People (ASSITEJ-Sweden), a Swedish-based organisation, to develop a project aimed at fighting gender-based violence through theatre and arts. Mashirika Performing Arts