London Play2Remember 2018 Survivors Football Tournament

London Play2Remember is an annual 5-a-side football tournament to remember genocide survivors with a social goal: promoting reconciliation and togetherness through sport. Established in 2014 by Football for Hope, Peace and Unity (FHPU) in collaboration with several community outreach groups and their supporters, London Play2Remember provides a chance for survivors of genocide and mass atrocities, […]


100 Life Stories by Survivors Tribune

#100days100RwandanStories it’s a series of stories that details the profound impact of The Genocide against Tutsis on diverse personalities ranging from scholars, survivors, politicians and journalists and many other individuals that had direct or indirect role either as victims, perpetrators and actors. The initiative is championed by Survivors Tribune an awareness and educational platform which focuses on the […]


How Football Can Support Refugees Globally

FHPU founder Eric Murangwa Eugene was invited by the Brighton University to be the keynote speaker at the “HOW FOOTBALL CAN SUPPORT REFUGEES GLOBALLY” conference organised at American Express Community Stadium in Brighton on 25 November 2016. Murangwa joined lecturers at the University of Brighton, local politicians and members of clubs, governing bodies and various interested […]

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200 young people joined the ‪‎PeaceOneDay‬ ‪Youth Rallies‬.

FHPU partnered with PeaceOneday to organise youth rallies as part of World peace day countdown , here is all the wonderful activities that took place in Kigali and Rubavu on the 16th and 17th April in Rwanda. Read the full article on our Medium page here: