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Day 38, Year of #Mygration: Dr Fidèle Mutwarasibo

Dr Fidèle Mutwarasibo, Visiting Research Fellow at The Open University, discusses his experiences of living in Rwanda, the Democratic Republic of Congo, the Republic of Ireland and Milton Keynes.

After fleeing Rwanda in 1994, Fidèle highlights his humanitarian aid and forestation work, before moving to Ireland as an international student. Since moving to MK with his family four years ago, drawn to its urban/rural mix and diverse population, Fidèle outlines the community organising he has been engaging with, working to eradicate increasing hate-crime in the city. To find out how you or your organisation can get involved, visit The Citizens:MK website and the MK Community Foundation website.

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