UNESCO and Angola to establish Biennale of Luanda, a Pan-African Forum for the Culture of Peace

The Biennale is part of UNESCO’s operational strategy for Priority Africa (2014-2021) which aims to provide “explicitly African responses to the changes at work in African economies and societies” Carolina Cerqueira, Minister of Culture of Angola, and Firmin Edouard Matoko, UNESCO Assistant Director-General for Priority Africa and External Relation, on Thursday (December 20, 2018), signed an agreement for the…

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REAR ADMIRAL PORBINI: AS MARINE SPORTS/TOURISM ACTIVIST IN AFRICA

Piriye Kiyaramo Tourism is an important source of employment and income generation, particularly for local economies and remote communities, where economic opportunities may otherwise be limited. Tourism activities that take place on and around coasts may include bathing, whale watching, diving, sailing, rowing, yachting, fishing and cruising among several others. Marine and coastal tourism depends on maintaining the health…

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