ADDIS ABABA (Semonegna)– SELAM, a Stockholm-based art and music festivals and concerts organizer, and Embassy of Sweden in Addis Ababa signed a project cooperation agreement which will run for the next three years. The announcement was made by the Embassy on November 21, 2017.
SELAM is looking to build on the foundation of previous programs with Sweden and continue its interventions within specific areas of cultural expression forms such as music, film, and circus as well as overlapping fields such as media and the press. With this contribution, it will continue its efforts to support citizen participation and inclusive principles in civil society and the culture and media sectors with an emphasis on young men and women.
The objective of SELAM’s project is to deepen and strengthen participation and freedom of expression of rights’ holders in development processes through culture expressions.
SELAM, in addition to its main base in Stockholm, Sweden, has additional arm-location in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia and Kampala, Uganda.
Source: Embassy of Sweden in Addis Ababa
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