In Africa, the concept of the Culture of Peace is enriched by the values, belief systems, traditions, and cultural and artistic forms of expression that contribute to the respect of human rights, cultural diversity, solidarity and the rejection of violence to build democratic societies. The Biennale for the Culture of Peace draws from Pan-African Forum “Sources and Resources for a Culture of Peace” held in Luanda, Angola, in 2013, and aims to expand and sustain the Pan-African Movement for the Culture of Peace and Non-Violence.
Below are articles in CPNN about the Biennale:
Culture of Peace and the Luanda Biennale
Involving the African Youth in the Biennale of Luanda!
Angola: Luanda Biennial Strengthens Culture of Peace
Central Africa: Ambassador Sita José Analyzes Luanda Biennial With ECCAS Commissioner
Ambassadors praise Angola’s efforts for peace in Africa
Biennale of Luanda: Pan-African Forum for the Culture of Peace 18-22 September
Luanda Biennale: Pan-African Forum for the Culture of Peace
2019 Biennial of Luanda (Angola): The initial budget has about 440 thousand euros
Angola: Culture ministry analyzes programme of Luanda Biennal
UNESCO and Angola to establish Biennal of Luanda, a Pan-African Forum for the Culture of Peace
Angola to pass on peace experience to UNESCO members in Paris
Second international conference on the culture of peace in Africa
Segunda conferência internacional sobre a cultura da paz em África