Voices of the Biennale of Luanda
The Voices of the Biennale of Luanda is a bimonthly newsletter published in English French and Portuguese which aims to give all stakeholders involved in the Biennale the opportunity to engage share stories projects and initiatives that show how peace and security are essential for sustainable development
“Rescuing Afro-Latino History” by CERLALC-UNESCO
Partner of the Biennale of Luanda the Regional Center for the Promotion of Books in Latin America and Caribbean CERLALC is an intergovernmental organization and category 2 center under the auspices of UNESCO based in Bogota Colombia
Building Content-Rich Experiences Into Virtual Events in 2022 | wtv.
WTV designs and manages the widest range of hybrid and virtual events for many of the worlds largest organisations including the World Bank GAVI HSBC BP Bank of England UK Government Swiss Government PWC Deloitte UNICEF Medecins Sans Frontieres UNESCO and a wide range of NGOs WTV provides a complete handson project management of live virtual events delivering more than 2000 live virtual events a year combining live virtual event production creative content and leading technology platforms to create awardwinning events
Interview with Fanny Bienga, Young Artist Participating in the ResiliArt/International Jazz Day Exchange in Newark
Fanny Bienga also known as Paula is an artistpainter born in Kinshasa Democratic Republic of Congo in 1998 and a refugee from the UNHCR in Angola She recently became the mother of a baby girl named Andrea who is now 10 months old