In recent days a conversation was held about reflection and orientation to public policies for people of African descent from the consolidation of its protagonists: State, Education and Associations.
The OEI, SEGIB, Central American Caribbean Cultural Corridor, AECID and SEEN, proclaimed Isla Colón as an emblematic spot of the Central American Caribbean Cultural Corridor, Chapter Panama "Afro-Descendant Heart".
The Organization of Ibero-American States (OEI) - based at the City of Knowledge – and the AECID, launched the facilitators training phase of the Support Project for Panamanian schools with people of African descent.
On Thursday, August 16, at the Digital Classroom of the City of Knowledge Convention Center, the "Virtual Forum on the Role of Humanitarian Action in an Interconnected World" was held as part of activities marking the World Humanitarian Day, organized by the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), with support from the Institute of Humanitarian Studies (IEH) and the City of Knowledge Foundation (FCDS).
In recent days the unveiling of the plaque for the first spot to be declared as part of the Corridor’s Route, and emblematic place, of the Panama Chapter: Afro-Caribbean sidewalk, was held.