Mon, 24 Jun 2019 17:04 - Updated Mon, 24 Jun 2019 17:04
UNESCO, Angola sign cultural cooperation agreement
Luanda - A cooperation agreement aimed at promoting activities on educational citizenship and promotion of cultural diversity was signed on Monday in Luanda by the National Commission for UNESCO (CNU) and the "Cultura Para Todos" institution.
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The agreement is also intended to promote actions that help disseminate the principles and ideas of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (Unesco) in the country.
The document was signed by the Permanent Secretary for Commission of Unesco, Alexandre Costa, and the Director of the International Theater Circuit (CIT), Adérito Rodrigues.
The event also served to launch the "4th Edition of the International Theater Circuit (CIT) 2019".
According to Adérito Rodrigues, the CIT opening gala will take place on the 27th of this month, and its beginning will take place two days later (29), with the end scheduled for September 16, 2019.
Created in 2016, the CIT aims to create accessibility and greater exchange with the peoples of Portuguese speaking countries, as well as maximize artistic activities.
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