Reportage Press

10 Nov 2009

In the run-up to Christmas, Reportage Press will donate £1 from every book sold via its website to Survivors Fund (SURF).

Reportage Press is an independent publishing house specialising in books on foreign affairs. It was co-founded by the former BBC journalist, Rosie Whitehouse, who presented the work of one of the authors published by Reportage, Reverien Rurangwa, at SURF’s 15th Anniversary Commemoration of the Rwandan Genocide in April this year.

Reverien is a survivor of the Rwandan genocide now living in exile in Switzerland. Genocide, is his remarkable account of life before, during and after the killing in Rwanda in 1994. It is published by Reportage, and is one amongst a number of powerful memoirs available for purchase online.

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To learn more about Reverien’s story, than please do buy the book from the Reportage Press website. Additional copies are available at Waterstone’s on  the London School of Economics campus, where SURF’s Heroes Of Our Time exhibition opens this week in the Atrium Gallery of the LSE Old Building (entrance on Houghton Street, WC1).