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Africa’s problem is not civilization, but France

After President Macron claimed that Africa’s main problem is civilizational, Amadou Douno, sociologist in Conakry, remarked that “Africans do not…

African art rising in popularity

“The value of African art has risen 200 per cent over the last four years. Art auctioneers and valuers Bonhams are…

Second conference on “Society and Culture in the Muslim World” (SCMW)

“Following the international conference on ‘Social Policy in the Islamic World’ in May 2018, Allameh Tabataba’i University (the largest public university specialized…

Cameroon: Limbe Festival of Arts and Culture

From 6th to 13th April, Limbe is celebrating the 6th edition of the Limbe Festival of Arts and Culture. Despite…

Call for innovative projects: Culture at Work Africa

Culture at Work Africa has announced a call for “innovative on-the-ground projects aiming at developing safe and neutral spaces for…

Mali: Festival of Nomadic Culture

Ségou  is waiting for you from 1st to 4th February for a great moment of nomadic culture sharing! You may also…

African Twilight: Vanishing Cultures & Ceremonies of the African Continent

“World-renowned photographers Angela Fisher and Carol Beckwith arrive in Cape Town this December for the signing and launch of their…

BRICS countries commit to speeding up cultural cooperation

“Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa, or collectively BRICS, on Wednesday signed a declaration to accelerate cooperation in cultural…

Edofest – Edo Set to Unveil Locations, Showcase Stolen Original Artefacts, Others

“Activities lined up to showcase the rich cultural heritage of Edo state and its people have been outlined as the…

Safy-Hallan Farah’s Zine Project, 1991, Aims to Re-present Contemporary Somali Literary and Visual Culture

“Somali writer Safy-Hallan Farah is a believer in the vivacity of cultures and storytelling. A journalist whose work has appeared in The New…

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