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Uganda book market to boost reading culture

“Uganda’s literary scene has received a boost with the launch of a marketplace for ideas. The Uganda Book Market is…

Zimbabwe: explaining the national culture policy

National Arts Council of Zimbabwe acting director, Nicholas Moyohas explained the role of the National Arts, Culture and Heritage Policy…

Cameroon: celebrating cultures and craftsmanship

From 15th to 22nd July, Bertoua is hosting the 9th National Festival of Arts and Culture (FENAC). It is expected…

Czech Republic: African Food and Culture Festival

This weekend, on 14th and 15th July, you are welcome to visit the African Food and Culture Festival at the…

Culture at Work Africa: Call for Proposals

Culture at Work Africa has launched its First Call for Proposals “to support innovative on-the-ground projects aiming at developing safe…

COAL Prize has announced a call for artists

The COAL Prize has announced a call for artists “who dare to imagine and experiment, to transform territories, lifestyles, organisations,…

La biblioteca di Umberto Eco

La biblioteca di Umberto Eco era piuttosto imponente come si può vedere da questo filmato Non è ancora chiaro dove…

Opportunity for South African cultural managers

The Cultural Diplomacy Platform is inviting outstanding cultural managers from Brazil, Canada, China, Japan, India, Mexico, Russia, South Africa, South…

THE EUROPEAN UNION GIVES ANOTHER BOOST TO THE PROMOTION OF CULTURE AND CREATIVE INDUSTRIES IN LIBERIA

The European Union hopes the cinema arthouse will contribute through its activities to preserving cultural heritage for the next generations …

Marital rape in Swaziland–and how to avoid it

Princess Phumelele Dlamini gives advice on how to avoid marital rape http://allafrica.com/stories/201804090749.html You may also be interested in: Somalia: women…

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