Mon, 23 Sep 2019 17:30 - Updated Mon, 23 Sep 2019 17:30
Minister points to education as crucial to peace
Luanda - Angola's minister of Education Maria Cândida Teixeira has stressed the role of education sector in underpinning the peace and sustainable development of the societies.
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Speaking to the press on the sidelines of the Pana-African Forum for Culture of Peace, the minister said that education supports for peace of mind in all dimensions and latitudes.
To this purpose, the minister spoke of the need to regard the sector as the best mean for the social affirmation of the citizens.
According to her, Luanda Biennial is proof of the need for a sound environment among all nations and people of different age groups to bring harmony, peace of mind and effective peace in the world.
Cândida Teixeira pointed to the lack of humanisation as a concern, advising that a combined effort should be made to make people more humane, respecting for life above all.
Everything, the minister said, depends on what children are taught from an early age. One should bear in mind that the values and attitude must be taught to help make them adults, responsible men capable of respecting others for the construction of a healthy humanised society.
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