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Award for Civil society HARUBUNTU 2013 : Laurien Ntezimana, Association "Modeste et Innocent".

Laurien Ntezimana from Rwanda, Award for Civil society. It is in Leuven, where he prepares his dissertation in theology that Laurien Ntezimana discovers the Taoism as a philosophy. He decides then to engage his thesis for his future: leaving the easy ways and pursue the “good power”. For Laurien Ntezimana “good power” is the maturity of the human being (See Libres paroles d’un théologien rwandais : joyeux propos de bonne puissance, Karthala, Paris, 1998). He returns in Rwanda in the 90’s to fight against violence before, during and after the genocide. In 2000, he creates the association AMI as for continuing with his ways to develop the ubuntu through the “good power” vision.

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    There will be no Harubuntu international prize in 2014. After six years of hardship, passionate and intense activities the Harubuntu team has taken a break for evaluating the work it has been doing.


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    The award-giving ceremony will take place in Brussels on December 6th at the end of a two days workshop on ownership: "Ownership in progress: two days to share our tools and experiences". Congratulations to Yasmina El Alaoui, Laurien Ntezimana, Noëline Razanadrakoto, Achidi Valentin Agon, Juana Vetsohantaina Hellia and Florida Makarubuga.



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