The agenda aims to disseminate, every fortnight, relevant information about the third edition of the event, to be held between the 22nd and 24th of November this year.
On the occasion, the coordinator of the National Management Committee of the Luanda Biennale, Diakumpuna Sita José, said that it was an action that aims to bring to the public all the nuances of the third edition of the Luanda Biennale, under the motto "Education, Culture of Peace and African Citizenship as Tools for the Sustainable Development of the Continent".
The Pan-African Forum for the Culture of Peace takes place in Luanda, every two years, by decision of the 24th session of the Assembly of Heads of State and Government of the African Union, which took place in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, in 2015.
The Luanda Biennial aims to contribute to the construction and realization of an integrated, peaceful and prosperous Africa, in which its children take an assertive and supportive position in the economic and social transformation of the continent.
Another objective of the event is to train a generation of young Africans as agents of peace, stability and development, as well as preventing violence and resolving conflicts through culture and education, leaving no one behind, says the Government, in a statement to which the VerAngola had access.
The 3rd Edition of the Luanda Biennale is organized by six panels, including the high-level one, in which the speakers are the Heads of State and Government and will address the theme "Young people, actors in promoting culture of peace and social transformations on the continent".
The Forum will be attended by approximately 600 people, including members of Governments, representatives of international organizations, financial institutions, the diplomatic corps, public and private companies, ecclesiastical institutions, traditional authorities, rectors and deans, professors, youth leaders, entrepreneurs, artistic, scientific and sports communities, university students and other representatives of civil society.