Celebrating Rwanda Today: Panel Talk

Celebrating Rwanda Today: Panel Talk

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Then, Now and Tomorrow: Power dynamics and the role of young people in Rwanda

Join our panel of experts as we discuss and celebrate Rwanda as it is today with a focus on the role of young people and the arts. Part of Newham Council's Black History Month, the talk also ties in with our production of OUR LADY OF KIBEHO by Katori Hall.

This free (ticketed) talk will take place at 6pm in ROUNDABOUT before the evening performance of OUR LADY OF KIBEHO in our auditorium.

Panellists include:

Dr Richard Benda, Tutor and a Research Fellow at University of Manchester
Dr Zoe Norridge, Senior Lecturer in English and Comparative Literature at King's College London
Alphonsine Kabagabo, survivor of Rwandan genocide and Regional Director for Africa for the Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts
James Dacre, Artistic Director Royal & Derngate, Northampton - director of OUR LADY OF KIBEHO
Jo Ingabire Moys
co-founded the Ishami Foundation. She is a film and TV professional based in London.  


This event is funded by Newham Council as part of their Black History Month programme.

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CELEBRATING RWANDA TODAY is part of our ROUNDABOUT Festival. View the full line up here.

Supported by Aspers Good Causes Fund
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This free (ticketed) talk will take place at 6pm in ROUNDABOUT before the evening performance of OUR LADY OF KIBEHO in our auditorium.

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