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President of the African Union Commission confirms presence at the Luanda Biennale

The president of the African Union Commission, Mousa Faki Mahamat, confirmed his presence at the Luanda Biennale, taking place from 22 to 24 November under the theme “Education, Culture of Peace and African Citizenship as Tools for the Sustainable Development of the Continent” .


A statement made available by the Angolan Government states that Mousa Faki Mahamat considers the Luanda Biennale to be a platform for promoting and disseminating a culture of peace and intergenerational dialogue that can serve as inspiration for maintaining constitutional order in all African countries.

On October 13th, the president of the African Union Commission granted an audience to the coordinator of the Luanda Biennial Multisectoral Commission and Minister of State for the Social Area, Dalva Ringote Allen, with whom he spoke about the Angolan President's engagement in the search for solutions to conflicts in Africa, in addition to issues related to preparations for the Biennale.

Confirmation of the presence of the politician (former Prime Minister of Chad) was provided by the spokesperson for the Luanda Biennale Multisectoral Commission, Neto Júnior, during the 3rd presentation session of the activities carried out in the last 15 days (from 5 to October 19).

Among the activities carried out in the last 15 days, the 1st Ordinary Meeting of the Steering Committee of the Pan-African Forum for the Culture of Peace stands out, which served to evaluate and adopt the Concept Note and the Biennial Program, also mentioning the document.

The Steering Committee is composed of members of the Multi-Sectoral Commission and the Commission for Political Affairs, Peace and Security of the African Union, and representatives of UNESCO.

The Pan-African Forum for the Culture of Peace and Non-Violence - Luanda Biennial is a joint initiative of the Republic of Angola, in partnership with the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and the African Union (AU ).

The event takes place every two years to encourage the prevention of violence and conflicts, through cultural exchange between African countries and intergenerational dialogue.

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