Pour la version française cliquez ici. In 2022 OCPA Celebrates the 20th Anniversary of the Launching of its Activities *** Observatory of Cultural Policies in Africa The Observatory is a Pan African international NGO created in 2002 with the support of African Union, the Ford Foundation, and UNESCO. Its aim is to monitor cultural trends and national cultural policies in the region and to enhance their integration in human development strategies through advocacy, information, research, capacity building, networking, co-ordination, and co-operation at the regional and international levels. OCPA NEWS No 413 26 February 2022 OCPA News aims to promote interactive information exchange within Africa and between Africa and the other regions. Please send us information for dissemination about new initiatives, meetings, research projects and publications of interest for cultural policies for development in Africa. Thank you for your co-operation. *** Contact: OCPA Secretariat, Avenida Patrice Lumumba No. 850, Primeiro Andar, Caixa Postal 1207, Maputo, Mozambique Tel.: + 258 21306138 / Fax: +258 21320304 / E-mail: secretariat@ocpanet.org Executive Director: Lupwishi Mbuyamba, director@ocpanet.org Editor of OCPA News: Máté Kovács, mate.kovacs@ocpanet.org OCPA WEB SITE - www.ocpanet.org OCPA FACEBOOK - www.facebook.com/pages/OCPA-Observatory-of-Cultural-Policies-in-Africa/ 100962769953248?v=info https://www.linkedin.com/company/observatory-of-cultural-policies-in-africa You can subscribe or unsubscribe to OCPA News via the online form at http://www.ocpanet.org/activities/newsletter/mailinglist/subscribe-en.html or http://www.ocpanet.org/activities/newsletter/mailinglist/unsubscribe-en.html Previous issues of OCPA News at http://ocpa.irmo.hr/activities/newsletter/index-en.html * OCPA is an official partner of UNESCO (associate status) *** We express our thanks to our main partners who contributed to the creation of OCPA and the development of its activities, namely our initial sponsors and other partners ENCATC CBAAC *** *** In this issue Editorial – MONDIACULT 2022 H. Highlights H.1 Conclusions of the Regional Consultation on Cultural Policies in the Africa (31 January – 1st February) H.2 The African Union Commission’s action in the field of cultural policies A. News from OCPA Activities of the Executive Director and members of the OCPA Secretariat A.1 Contribution to the Online Consultation on Cultural Policies for Africa (Dakar) A.2 Contacts with the African Union Commission A.3 Contacts with members of the RICADIA Network A.4 Relations with other organizations and other activities B. News, events and projects in Africa B.1 SÉGOU’ART – Festival sur le Niger 2022 (Ségou, Mali, February 1-6, 2022) B.2 Top 21 aspiring filmmakers selected for the competition launched by Netflix and UNESCO B.3 The Abidjan Performing Arts Market (MASA, March 5 to 12, 2022) B.4 Africa: Promotion of Mother Tongues - Yes! African - Closing of the Kinshasa symposium C. News about cultural policies, institutions and resources in Africa C.1 Rwanda: Cultural Revitalisation Dialogues Begin in Schools C.2 Morocco: Culture, lever of economic prosperity and geopolitical soft power (M. Bensaid) C.3 Africa: Time for African Creatives As Digital Economy Picks C.4 Africa's Free Trade Area to Boost the Creative Industry, Generate Jobs for the Youth C.5 Priorities of Madagascar's cultural policy - statement by the Minister of Culture C.6 Tunisia at the Regional Consultations for the Arab Region on the UNESCO-MONDIACULT 2022 C.7 Ivory Coast: Mr. Kouadio Komoé Augustin appointed Minister of Culture and Francophonie D. News, Institutions, Resources and Events in Other Regions D.1 The Prince Claus Fund - 2022 Open call for the Prince Claus Seed Awards D.2 Fifteenth session - Intergovernmental Committee for the 2005 UNESCO Convention D.3 International Mother Language Day 2022 celebration by UNESCO (21 February 2022) D.4 Call for articles and podcasts for the 50th anniversary of the World Heritage Convention E. Cultural Agenda in the African Press E.1 Links to portals E.2 Selected information from Allafrica  Nigeria: Marbury - Nigeria's Creative Industry Has Tremendous Opportunities  Africa: The Story of How Swahili Became Africa's Most Spoken Language  Africa: Rising Seas Threaten to Wipe Out African Coastal Heritage Sites F. Info from newsletters and information services F.1 News from the International Federation of Arts Councils and Cultural Agencies (IF

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