SHOUT Canada is a grassroots, national, not-for-profit organization administered by a volunteer Board of Directors. Reflections on Rwanda (RoR) is SHOUT Canada’s flagship program, in the context of its primary organizational mandate, which is to help foster a generation of students and young professionals with the power, voice and determination to affect change.
Shout Canada is a non-profit organisation based
in Canada and run by volunteers.
Our flagship education program is called Reflections on Rwanda. It brings Canadian students and young professionals to the country to join Rwandans in genocide education and remembrance.
As a proactive and practical education program, it is designed to educate Canadians by providing them with both the tools and motivation to affect change - in their communities and on campuses, both in Canada and around the world.
In short, Reflections on Rwanda
is more of a movement than a program.
Its purpose is to inspire students and young professionals to take action, to speak out, and to stand up.
We aim to act as a springboard for youth and students to engage with social justice issues. We hope to motivate participants to share their knowledge from the trip, including delivering presentations and leading discussions related to the genocide.