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Ethiopia is preparing to host the first Art and Culture Festival scheduled to be held from June 15-20, 2022.
Various efforts have been undertaken to establish the first language research authority to develop and administer the language resources in the country, the Ministry of Culture and Tourism announced.
A Meeting to discuss ICT (Information and Communication Technologies) harmonisation in Africa, how to monitor and evaluate the progress and way forward to better adapt Africa policy and regulatory environment to the challenges of digital transformation has taken place in Addis Ababa this week.
he African Union Commission (AUC) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the African Library and Information Associations and Institutions (AfLIA) to foster closer collaboration between the two institutions, as a strategic move to drive sustainable development of the continent, through education and skills revolution.
“Protect journalists, including press cartoonists, artists, ‘artivists’ and others who are at risk of attack for exercising their right to freedom of expression” – emphasizes the final Declaration adopted in Addis Ababa on 3 May during the World Press Freedom Day 2019.
Ethiopia has been registering rapid growth and transformation for the last two decades. Within this context, conducive environment has been created to enhance the critical roles and contributions of the multi-cultural resources of Ethiopia’s nations and nationalities and peoples in all development sectors.