Expanding inter-generational dialogue through drumming, bicycling and photographic exhibitions….

MAP in Rwanda is

  • Drumming, warrior dance and creative workshops/festivals, enabling girls to address inequality by exploring their empowerment through non-traditional creative roles , and
  • Using film-making and art exhibitions to address the barriers young people face in engaging and influencing community members and policy makers.  

Our three projects are: ‘Gira Ingoma – One Drum Per Girl’ led by Gakire Katese Odile (PI) from the Woman Cultural Centre (WCC); Visualising Peace led by Dr. Tom Martin  (PI)  from the University of Lincoln‘; and ‘Picturing the Past, Present & Future’ led by Dr Marlon Lee Moncrieffe (PI) from the University of Brighton. They are all concerned with everyday peacebuilding processes that extend inter-generational dialogue in artistic, physical and thought-provoking ways.

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