Become a Partner
"We will spare no effort to make this initiative and this strategic partnership a great success for peace, stability and sustainable development in Africa."
Salah Khaled, Director of UNESCO Regional Office for Central Africa
The Alliance of Partners for a Culture of Peace is a major opportunity to create a global partnership through flagship programs for a culture of peace on the African continent with its diasporas.
Together with the three co-organizers of the Biennale, UNESCO, the African Union and Angola, the Regional Economic Communities (RECs) will join the Alliance and play a central role in the coordination of the Alliance of Partners.
The Advantages of the Alliance
There are numerous benefits offered to partners during and after the Biennale of Luanda:
- Increase the visibility of the partners and their projects during the partnership sessions, with a virtual stand on the web portal of the Biennale;
- Create communication campaigns on issues related to the culture of peace and the themes of the Biennale 2021;
- Meet other partners and develop a network of contacts;
- Use the label "Member of the Alliance of Partners" in internal and external communication.
The partners will have the opportunity to be recognized as long-term partners committed to promoting a culture of peace in Africa;
The partners will be able to co-create, fund and implement flagship initiatives for a culture of peace in Africa;
The partners will have access to information, expertise, and resources made available by all Alliance members for the benefit of joint initiatives;
The partners will commit to pursuing medium and long-term partnership objectives with other peacebuilding partners according to a common roadmap.
The modalities of participation in the Alliance
Before the Biennale, the Partners will:
- Identify projects and best practices to present in the virtual stands;
- Participate in the development of flagship initiatives for the culture of peace.
During the Biennale, they will:
- Present projects and best practices during the partnership sessions;
- Express interest in the flagship initiatives and announce their future projects in these areas during the partnership sessions;
- Participate in the Closing Ceremony and the launch of the Partnership Alliance through a joint communiqué and the development of a roadmap.
After the Biennale, they will:
- Continue the development of the 4 flagship initiatives and projects to be implemented under the coordination of the RECs;
- Contribute to the implementation, monitoring and evaluation of the projects in the 4 themes for the 2023 edition of the Biennale.
"Our wish is to make Luanda a world hub for the culture of peace and non-violence."
Join the Alliance
Atou Diakité, Partnership and Resources Mobilization Coordinator
Liliana Mota, Partnership and Resource Mobilization