Activities


And I Live On

The Netherlands

17 April 2019 – Launch of the book

The first copy of the book will be handed over to the UN Special Advisor on the Prevention of Genocide, mr. Adama Dieng, during the conference The Genocide Against the Tutsi 25 Years On: What Lessons Has the World Learned from Rwanda in Prevention and Responses to Genocides Worldwide? This conference will take place in the Peace Palace in The Hague and is organised by the Rwandan Embassy in the Netherlands (registration via e-mail: ambalahaye@minaffet.gov.rw). The Rwandan Mama Lambert, genocide survivor and counselor of the survivors featured in the book ‘And I Live On’, and Anne-Marie de Brouwer, co-editor of the book, will be among the speakers during the conference. For the full programme of the day, go to:
http://www.netherlands.embassy.gov.rw/kwibuka25/kwibuka25-conference-the-hague.html

7-13 April 2019 – Photo-exhibition

A photo-exhibition featuring some of the genocide survivors included in the book ‘And I Live On’ will be on display in the Peace Palace in The Hague during the conference on The Genocide against the Tutsi 25 Years On of 17 April (see above).

Canada

1 April 2019 – Launch of the book and photo-exhibition

The book and photo exhibition And I Live On: The Enduring Stories of Rwanda’s Survivors will be presented by the International Human Rights Program (Faculty of Law) of the University of Toronto in collaboration with the Hart House Social Justice Committee, the Multi-Faith Centre, and Human Rights Watch. Location: Debates Room, Hart House (route description and program)