Are you passionate about global mental health and would like to gain new insight through a unique African perspective? Have you read about the Rwandan genocide and would like to learn more about the country’s history as well as its unique success with reconciliation and nation building?
The 2019 theme of our annual Global Mental Health Conference & Summer School is “The Generation After: Living with the consequences of the 1994 genocide”. Participants have the opportunity to hear from Rwandan and international scholars, and to exchange their knowledge with a multicultural group of participants from Rwanda and abroad.
Co-hosted by the Center for Mental Health (CMH) at the University of Rwanda and GEI, this week-long program is available to students and professionals in the various mental health disciplines and related subjects. Continuing Professional Development credits are available.
While we are working on the full agenda, a comprehensive concept note is available here: Download.
- Share your knowledge and gain new insight through a unique African perspective on mental health in developing countries.
- Learn about the unique Rwandan success story.
- Study together with a multicultural group from Rwanda and abroad.
- Create once-in-a-lifetime memories and build lasting friendships.
- Stay on to spend the summer in Rwanda by also enrolling in an internship / volunteer placement in a Rwandan mental health organization.