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Group DescriptionEthnicities Arts is an organization for culture, development, promotion of the creative industry and Cooperation in Africa and in developing countries.
The issue of culture is common to African countries (cultural policy, lack of involvement of the state, non-recognition of culture as a human right, small creative industry, not protecting artists' rights, no formmation for careers culture ...). Each country and each region have their own specific It is essential to capitalize on the achievements of each and improve the role of culture in African countries. The result was the commitment to the vision of the network and the interests of the South-South cooperation. ethnicities Arts wants to be is the representative of any artist outcome of a developing country, and also aims to work in parallel on topics related to the cultural sector development and these countries.
VISION & OBJECTIVES
The vision of "Ethicities Arts" is to contribute to the cultural, social and human development in Africa and in developing countries.
1. Build and develop effective networks, national, regional, continental and international within and across the disciplines of art to play advocacy roles and lobbying support for African creative sectors.
2. mobilize resources, African and international to support the development, promotion and distribution of African goods and creative services.
3. Improve the conditions of work and life, and defend the rights of artists and culture professionals on the African continent.
4. Participate in the popularization of arts among African audiences. 5. Disseminate and promote traditional African art to deepen and share.
Love "exchanges" annual, through exhibitions of African and Ivorian artists in Britain and Europe. These annual meetings, understand open houses for participatory and constructive discussion with guests and a moderator.
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