Click here to see the Rwandan Office of Information report on the launch of Miracle in Kigali at The Irish Centre, Camden, London on 11 October 2007.
Tuesday, 30 December 2008
In December 2007 we took part in the 50 Christmas Trees in a Church event, http://www.50christmastrees.co.uk/ at Dickleburgh Church, South Norfolk. Our Miracle in Kigali tree was one of more than 50 colourful Christmas Trees that decorated the church for this Christmas celebration. Illuminee and Roger are pictured with the Miracle in Kigali tree.
Tuesday, 23 December 2008
More than 100 people attended the Miracle in Kigali event at Holy Trinity Church, Norwich on 6 November 2007. Illuminee spoke about the meaning of reconciliation and Paul read from the book.
Illuminee and Roger are pictured with Rosemary English who organised the event.
Read Louisa Sutton's review of Miracle in Kigali for Cambridge Student magazine at
Thursday, 18 December 2008
His Excellency Claver Gatete, Rwanda's Ambasador to the UK was guest of honour at the London launch of Miracle in Kigali at The Irish Centre Camden on the evening of Thursday 11 October 2007. This special event with the Rwandese Community Association featured traditional Rwandan dancers. BBC World Service attended the event and record an interview which was broadcast in Rwanda.
Wednesday, 17 December 2008
Read 'Tales of a Survivor' from The Norwich Advertiser
Read the story in Norwich Network about Miracle in Kigali at
Read Illuminee's interview with Rowan Mantell of the Norwich Evening News at
Friday, 12 December 2008
Miracle in Kigali was launched at the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, Norwich htttp://www.scva.ac.uk on Wednesday 3 October 2007. More than 100 guests attended the event to hear Illuminee Nganemariya and her brother Eustache Twagirayezu talk about the significance of the publication. Eustache was on his first visit to the UK from Rwanda. Illuminee's on Roger, who was born during the Genocide also spoke at the launch.
"It is important that people know what happened to ordinary Rwandans during the Genocide," said Illuminée. "I hope that my book plays its part in helping the next generation ensure that the savagery of 1994 never happens again."