Janus Cultural Policy hosting ‘Conversations on Citizenship’

The Janus Cultural Policy Initiative will be hosting its three-day ‘Conversations on Citizenship’ from tomorrow to Saturday at the Umana Yana.

According to a press release, the group believes that many of Guyana’s social and subsequent developmental problems can be solved culturally, including issues like ethnopoliticization and the consequent lack of social cohesion.

As part of its Education and Capacity Building component the group will be facilitating “conversations” on various aspects of culture and human and social development. These sessions will help shape the JCPI’s cultural policy which it will produce by next January.

JCPI believes that the policy shaping process should be as consultative as possible and reach stakeholders and the citizenry. As such, …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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