Expressing his joy, on this occasion, the president of the Magic System Foundation, Salif Traoré dit A’salfo, praised the synergy of actions between the two structures. And stress that the renewal of this partnership strengthens the well-being of the populations.
The Cndh president, Ms. Namizata Sangaré, was pleased with the success and achievements recorded since the signing of the first convention on February 7, 2017. “We will continue with the Magic System Foundation our action to promote human rights “Said Ms. Sangaré.
The theme of the 12th edition of the Abidjan Urban Music Festival (Femua) “Gender and development”, said Ms. Sangaré, concerns Cndh in several ways. Continuing, she said that gender is a human rights goal. Before adding that development is at the heart of human rights.
After having maintained that the commitment of the President of the Foundation in the defense of human rights and children no longer needs to be demonstrated, Ms. Sangaré affirmed that the Council will continue its actions to promote human rights , through concerts, socio-educational, sporting and cultural activities, spaces for constructive debate. “We will provide stakeholders with the means to lead workshops specific to the mandate of the Cndh and in relation to the theme of this 12th edition, during the” Femua quid “and” Carrefour jeunesse “”, she said. precise.
So she recalled that its structure will award diplomas to all the artists who will take part in Femua 12. In addition, Ms. Namizata Sangaré argued that it should not be forgotten that artistic and even cultural creation is an integral part human rights, including economic, social and cultural rights.
Note that Femua 12 will take place from April 23 to 28, 2019 and it is the city of Gagnoa which will host the stage reserved for decentralization.