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The training workshop on cultural heritage that was organized by the Commission of Culture and Sports in collaboration with UNESCO with the objective of Strengthening National Capacity for Implementing the Convention 2003 in Eritrea concluded on 28 February.
The Commission of Culture and Sports in collaboration with UNESCO organized a workshop on 19 February here in the capital on the modality of documentation of non-tangible cultural heritage.
The National Union of Eritrean Women (NUEW) branch in the Central region has conducted a seminar with a view to raising awareness and organizational capacity.
he participants of the International Conference on Eritrean Studies indicated that the conference has significant contribution in creating common understanding.
31 staff members of the Culture and Sports Commission have completed training courses in office Administration, Secretarial science, Property management and Accounting.
According to anthropologists, any society is said to be civilized by virtue of having a culture. Since culture is a means through which humans make life easier and more comfortable, their definition can be simply proved to be right, since this preoccupation has to be a natural hallmark of any given society.