SA, Sweden cement cultural relations

SA Sweden cement cultural relationsPretoria – South Africa and Sweden have signed a letter of intent which will see the two countries collaborate on a number of programmes, including nation building, social cohesion and promoting tolerance.

On Monday, Arts and Culture Minister Nathi Mthethwa, signed an agreement with the Swedish Minister of Culture and Democracy Alice Bah Kuhnke which will strengthen cultural relations between the two countries.
One of the projects the two countries already has in the pipeline is a collaboration between Freedom Park and the Nordic Africa Institute.

“One of Freedom Park’s mandate is to honour, commemorate and memorialise those who contributed to the struggle for freedom in South Africa.


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South Africa's conduct of international relations, especially its role in international organisations like the UN Security Council, its choice of strategic partnerships, its leadership role in Africa, its public engagement and foreign policy decision making, has been intensely debated in the recent past. The FPA programme aims to provide a nuanced analysis and facilitate a structured discussion of South Africa's foreign policy in a changing world environment for purposes of informing its future direction.

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The purpose of this focus area is to unpack the extent to which the policy in its making, its nature and its application constitutes a principled and pragmatic response to a complex international environment. In doing so, we hope to be guided by an objective to promote a foreign policy that positions SA as a responsible global citizen committed to building bridges between various power blocs for the benefit of Africa and South Africans.

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