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Playing for Peace; Soccer my Saviour   22nd October 2016   Organised byKing’s College London / Arts & Humanities Research Institute (AHRI) and chaired by

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Genocide, football and peace in Rwanda 21 February 2016 Eric Murangwa, FHPU, football, Genocide, Kiyovu Sports, peace, photography, Rayon Sports, Rwanda, Rwandan Genocide, tutsi, war

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I’m very pleased to announce that FHPU has partnered up with the Professional Services Marketing Group (PSMG) in the UK as their partner charity of

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Looking back on 2015 Posted January 11, 2016

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Happy New Year everyone! As we welcome in 2016, we have a chance to look back at all the amazing accomplishments we made over the

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Sports Coaching Academy Rwanda Posted January 8, 2016

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We are pleased to announce that FHPU has launched a crowdfunding campaign to raise money for our biggest and most exciting project to date: The

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For the third year in a row, the organisation Football for Hope, Peace and Unity (FHPU), in collaboration with Team Rwanda UK, invited different members

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Background: Each year the International Day of Peace is observed around the world on 21st September, and the idea is to strengthen the ideals of

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SOCCER, MY SAVIOUR Posted August 12, 2015

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Football has become commonly accepted as a tool for reconciliation within post-conflict communities. ‘Soccer, My Saviour’ is the story of one man’s mission to foster

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July 23, 2015. “If you knew me, and you really knew yourself, you would not have killed me.” – Felicien Ntagengwa This stark quote greeted

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July 16, 2015. Volunteer Cristian D’Onofrio blogs about his first experience in Africa during his two weeks in Rwanda volunteering with CAC as we partner

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