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SDG EVENT FORUM AND FESTIVAL ON 22/23 MARCH AND 3/5 APRIIL 2022

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  • 22 MARCH FORUM DAY 1 | Manila
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  • 23 MARCH FORUM DAY 2 | Manila
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  • 3 APRIL FESTIVAL MANILA HOTEL DAY 1 | Manila
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    • 3 APRIL FESTIVAL RAHA SULAYMAN DAY 1 | Manila
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      • 4 APRIL FESTIVAL Agony, Death and Resurrection of the Forests HIGHLIGHTS DAY 2 | Manila
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        • 4 APRIL FESTIVAL METROPOLITAN THEATER HIGHLIGHTS DAY 2 | Manila
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          • 5 APRIL FESTIVAL MANILA HOTEL HIGHLIGHTS DAY 3 | Manila
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MANILA SDG FESTIVAL – Detailed Program

The SDG Secretariat is pleased to announce that the invitation to the Festival is published

MANILA SDG FORUM – 22nd and 23rd March 2022

The SDG Secretariat is pleased to announce that the SDG Public Forum which was originally planned for December 2021 but had to be rescheduled due to the Government travel restrictions connected with Omicron virus, will now take place on 22nd and 23rd of March 2022. International participants, Philippine President Rodrigo Roa Duterte, Senate President Vicente Sotto III , House Speaker Lord Allan Jay Q. Velasco and Mayor Francisco "Isko" Domagoso of City of Manila as host will address it online. Civil Society leaders in Education, Communications, Culture, Science and Sports will be present as Interactive Commentators headed by Philippine Normal University President, Dr. Bert J. Tuga cross posted in its campuses in Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao with delayed posting in International Theater Institute World Theater Week Celebration and among Media Partners, IBC 13, Manila Bulletin and DZRH Radyo Balintataw. We extended our invitation to all interested parties to join us online on the zoom on March 22-23, 2022 from 3:00 pm to 8:00 pm Manila time

PRESIDENT OF THE PHILIPPINES, RODRIGO DUTERTE, SENDS A MESSAGE OF SUPPORT TO MANILA SDG EVENT

MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT 2022

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UNESCO Message for the Global SDGs Forum

The programme is being updated as the rescheduled Manila event will be a blended event

MANILA SDG EVENT SUCCESSFULY COMPLETES FOUR WORKSHOPS

On 3rd and 4th December, four workshops were successfully implemented as part of the Manila SDG Event:

International Theater Institute - UNESCO Cultural Caregiving Workshop on Sustainable Development Goals.

  • 3 & 4 DECEMBER | Manila
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PRISON – summed up in the video “MENDING BROKEN SPIRITS”:

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  • 5 & 6 DECEMBER | Manila
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PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES – summed up in the video “ARTS EDUCATION FOR ALL”

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  • 7 & 8 DECEMBER | Manila
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REFUGEES – summed up in the video “PADAYON”

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  • 7 & 8 DECEMBER | Manila
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HEALTH CARE WORKERS – summed up in the video “EASE ME” (Environment, Arts, Science & Ethics Multi-Expressionism)
  • 9 & 10 DECEMBER | Manila
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ASEAN ART CAMP

The first activity of the Manila SDG event was ASEAN Art camp which celebrates the use of visual art in strengthening peace, and contributing to the protection of environment. The event started with messages from Foreign Minister of Andorra, H.E. Maria Ubach Font and UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador for Cultural Diplomacy, Mrs. Hedva Ser, also Policy Advisory Board member of SSCC. here then followed ASEAN Art Camp under the guidance of celebrated Philippine painter Nemesio Nemi Miranda.

  • 9 & 10 DECEMBER | Manila
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LATIN AMERICA-ASIA CONNECTIVITY

Following the four workshops and ASEAN Art Camp, the Manila SDG event organized a session on connectivity between Latin America (through Ecuador) and Asia (through Philippines). The session consisted from messages from Rear Admiral Brumel Vazquez Bermudez, Chief of Navy of Ecuador, and H.E. Ivonne A Baki, the Ambassador of Ecuador to the United States, as well as presentation of the Chancellor of the Universidad del Pacifico, Sonia Roca. Following the presentation, there also followed demonstration of “musica llanera” from Colombian artist, Jahir Rivera, youth Ambassador of SSCC and member of board of the Colombian Centre of ITI.

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PRESIDENT OF THE PHILIPPINES, RODRIGO DUTERTE, SENDS A MESSAGE OF SUPPORT TO MANILA SDG EVENT

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CECILE ALVAREZ HONOURED AT THE LA MAMA CEREMONY IN NEW YORK

The following article sums up artistic achievements of Cecile Alvarez during her theatrical work at La Mama in New York during her time in exile. Read more

SDG EVENT ADOPTS DRAFT MANILA PLATFORM FOR ACTION

During the preparatory period leading towards the SDG Manila event in December 2021, a broad group of experts from Latin America, Africa, Asia and Middle East, put together the Draft Manila Platform for Action which is reproduced here. Mrs. Cecile Álvarez, Director of the SDG Manila event is currently engaged in consultation with partners across the world in order to finalize this important document which will be submitted to IGOs, Governments and other partners in civil society. Read more

SDG MANILA EVENT ON NATIONAL TELEVISION IN THE PHILIPPINES

This is a TV News of the SDGS event under UNESCO patronage.

MINISTER OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS AND REGIONAL INTEGRATION OF GHANA SENDS HER MESSAGE TO THE SDG MANILA FORUM

Hon. Shirley Ayorkor Botchwey, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration of Ghana has sent her message to the Manila SDG event in which she describes efforts which her Government is doing to tackle SDGs. Her video messageis reproduced here.

MRS, GRACA MACHEL SENDS HER MESSAGE OF SUPPORT TO THE SDG MANILA EVENT

The International Secretariat is pleased to reproduce the message of support from Mrs. Grace Machel, the widow of Nelson Mandela, to the Manila SDG Forum.

MR. FIRMIN MATOKO, ASSISTANT DIRECTOR GENERAL OF UNESCO SENDS THE MESSGAE OF SUPPORT TO SDG MANILA EVENT

The International Secretariat is pleased to reproduce the letter of support it received for the Manila SDG event from Mr. Firmin Edouard Matoko, Assistant Director General of UNESCO

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PRESS IN THE PHILIPPINES ON THE SDG MANILA EVENT

The following are some of the articles anticipating the Manila SDG event.

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SPECIAL ASSISTANT TO THE CHIEF MINISTER (PRIME MINISTER) OF PUNJAB (PAKISTAN) SENDS HIS MESSAGE TO THE MANILA SDG FORUM

The International Secretariat is pleased to reproduce the video message which Mr. Hasaan Khawar, Special Assistant on Information and Special Initiatives to the Chief Minister (Prime Minister) of Punjab, Pakistan, has sent to the SDG Manila event.

THE MAYOR OF CARTAGENA SENDS HIS MESSAGE TO THE MANILA SDG EVENT

The Hon. William Dau, the Mayor of Cartagena, has sent his message to the Manila SDG event in which he emphasizes the special relationship between Colombia and the Philippines, and anticipated twinning arrangement between cities of Cartagena and Manila. It is reproduced below.

H.E. IVONNE A BAKI SENDS HER MESSAGE TO THE SDG MANILA EVENT

The international secretariat is pleased to reproduce the message which H.E. Ivonne A Baki has sent to the SDG Manila event.

H.E. ENRIQUE ESCORZA SENDS HIS MESSAGE TO THE SDG MANILA EVENT

The international secretariat is pleased to reproduce the message which H.E. Enrique Escorza, Ambassador of Mexico to Ghana, has sent to Manila SDG event, emphasizing traditional links between Mexico and the Philippines.

MESSAGE TO THE MANILA SDG FORUM FROM THE CHAIRMAN OF ENERGIES 2050 AND FOUNDER OF ART’S PLANET INITIATIVE

The International Secretariat is pleased to reproduce the video message which Mr. Stephane Pouffary, Chairman of ENERGIES 2050 and founder of ART’S PLANET initiative sent from the Glasgow Summit on Climate Change.

CHIEF OF NAVY OF ECUADOR SENDS THE MESSAGE TO SDG MANILA EVENT

The International Secretariat is honoured to have received a message of support by the Rear Admiral. Brúmel Vazquez Bermúdez , the Chief of Navy of Ecuador. In his message he places the emphasis on Navy’s role in promoting environmental protection of Galapagos

VICE PRESIDENT OF THE MISION PRESIDENCIAL SENDS MESSAGE TO SDG FORUM

The International Secretariat is pleased to announce that it has received the message of support from Ms. Olinda Salguero, Vice President of the Misión Presidencial which groups former heads of State of South and Central America.

FOREIGN MINISTER OF ANDORRA SENDS THE MESSAGE TO SDG MANILA EVENT

The International Secretariat is honoured to have received a message of support from H.E. Maria Ubach Font, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Andorra, emphasizing the role which her country has in promoting Art Camps at global level.

PRESIDENT VINICIO CEREZO SENDS MESSAGE TO SDG FORUM

The International Secretariat is honoured to have received a message of support from H.E. Vinicio Cerezo, former President of Guatemala and former Secretary General of Central American Integration System (SICA).

H.E. CLAUDIA TURBAY, AMBASSADOR OF COLOMBIA TO 18 AFRICAN COUNTRIES SENDS MESSAGE TO MANILA SDG EVENT

The International Secretariat is pleased to reproduce the video message which it has received from H.E. Claudia Turbay, Ambassador of Colombia to 18 West African countries.

HEDVA SER, UNESCO GOODWILL AMBASSADOR FOR CULTURAL DIPLOMACY SENDS THE MESSAGE TO SDG MANILA EVENT

Mrs. Hedva Ser, UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador for cultural diplomacy has sent her message to the Manila SDG event and in particular to its first component: ASEAN Art camp.

Manila Forum y Festival - Montenegro

The documentary is called "Treca sreca (Third luck)" directed by the young film director David Todorovic, IV year student at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts, Cetinje. Film is in line with the SDG 5 & 10 and is created within the Creative Europe collaboration project "Invisible lives" by Rucka Art Foundation (Latvia), Kulturanova(Serbia) and Art365 (Montenegro).

FIRST GLOBAL EFFORT ON IMMUNIZATION: MESSAGE TO MANILA SDG EVENT

As the City of Manila is the host of the SDG event, and as this year marks 450th anniversary of founding of the city, it is only appropriate that the organizers gave full support to the UNESCO Programme Día del Galeón or Galeón de Manila celebrating circumnavigation of the world in 16th century. Professor Jesus de Salvador of the Catholic University of Valencia has sent a message explaining the first global attempt at immunization along Galeón de Manila: in the Philippines, Spain, and today’s Mexico. This is particularly relevant in view of the current pandemic.

DIRECTOR GENERAL OF INTERNATIONAL THEATRE INSTITUTE SENDS MESSAGE TO THE MANILA SDG EVENT

Both the Director and Associate Director of the Manila SDG event, Cecile Guidote Álvarez (also Founder and President Emeritus of the Philippine Centre of ITI), and Viktor Sebek, Co-President of the Colombian Center of ITI, respectively, have a strong connections with ITI It is for this reason that they give particularly warm welcome to the message by Mr. Tobias Biancone, Director General of ITI, to the Manila SDG event as one of iits nstitutional sponsors.

SECRETARY GENERAL OF THE EUROPEAN CULTURAL PARLIAMENT SENDS MESSAGE TO MANILA SDG EVENT

The International Secretariat of the Manila SDG event is pleased to announce that it has received a message from H.E. Ambassador Karl Erik Norman, the Secretary General of the European Cultural Parliament. It is reproduced below.

PARTNERSHIP WITH THE PHILIPPINE NORMAL UNIVERSITY (PNU)

The International Secretariat is pleased to announce that it has forged a partnertship with the Philippine Normal University in Manila, a teacher education and research state university embracing the SDGs advocacies. After a meeting which Cecile Guidote Alvarez, Viktor Sebek and Nilo Agustin held with the PNU President Dr. Bert J. Tuga and the Vice President, Dr. Lordinio A. Vergara, it was agered that PNU will host the venue for the ASEAN Art Camp, a part of SDG Manila event, to be held on December 2-3, 2021.

ELA GANDHI SENDS THE MESSAGE TO THE SDG MANILA EVENT

Ela Gandhi, the granddaughter of Mahatma Gandhi and the renown champion of human rights, non violence and religious tolerance, former member of Parliament of South Africa, has sent her message to the SDG Manila event and it is reproduced here.

PREPARATION OF TWINNING BETWEEN CITIES OF MANILA AND CARTAGENA DE INDIAS

The International Secretariat of the Manila SDG event is pleased to announce that great progress has been made to secure signing of the Twinning Agreement between the cities of Manila and Cartagena de Indias as a result of efforts of Cecile Alvarez and Viktor Sebek.. Following the request of Mayor of Cartagena, the Hon. William Dau to the Mayor of Manila, the Hon. Isko Moreno, the Council of Manila has approved unanimously the signature of this Agreement. This was announced at the press conference for the SDG Manila event by the Councilor, Hon. Numero Lim, the promoter of the. Manila Council Resolution. Read more

PRESS CONFERENCE FOR THE MANILA SDG EVENT

A press conference, with invited journalists from all leading national papers, was held at the Manila Hotel on Wednesday 10th November. Presentations were made by the former Senator, now President of Philippines Center of ITI, Mr. Joey Lina, who is also President of the Manila Hotel, Cecile Guidote Alvarez Director of the Manila SDG event, Dr. Viktor Sebek, Associate Director of the Manila SDG event, Dr. Lordinio Vergara, Vice President of the Philippine Normal University, a partner in ASEAN Art Camp, and Hon. Councillor Numero Lim of the Manila City Council which acts as the host of the event.

MESSAGE TO SDG MANILA EVENT FROM MEMBER OF EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT, MR. NACHO SANCHEZ AMOR

The International secretariat is pleased to share the video message to the SDG Manila Event by Mr. Ignacio (Nacho) Sanchez Amor, a member of European Parliament, and member of SSCC Policy Advisory Board, with special reference to the need for a global “One Health” programme relating to special needs of developing countries.

Cecile Alvarez, together with SSCC, Special Webinar Celebrating Earth Day & International Dance Day.

Special Webinar Celebrating Earth Day & International Dance Day, 18 April 2021, 06:00pm and 19 April 2021, 11:00pm

Cecile Alvarez, together with SSCC, celebrates in a webinar the role of women for the International Theatre Day.

Organizers are grateful to the Senate of the Republic of the Philippines for having approved the grant to support the Manila October 2021 event. Read more

PHILIPPINE SENATE APPROVED FUNDING FOR THE MANILA SDG FESTIVAL, FORUM AND WORKSHOP

This webinar included participation of SSCC Members Mrs. Lina Attel from Jordan , Mrs. Saman Rai from Pakistan and Miss Swati Simha from India. Read more

PROFESSOR ANDY KNIGHT APPOINTED RAPPORTEUR OF THE MANILA SDG EVENT

The organizing committee is pleased to announce that Andy Knight, the distinguished professor of international relations of the University of Alberta has accepted to take on the important role as the Rapporteur of the Conference and pilot the work towards crafting and adoption of the Manila Platform of Action. Read more
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Forum Hosts and Guests

Hon. Sen. Vicente Sotto
Senate President

Perhaps it is only Senator Vicente C. Sotto III among the present crop of senators who can seamlessly switch from one career to another--being an accomplished public servant, lawmaker, sportsman, and artist in his own right.

Isko Moreno
Mayor of Manila

Francisco Moreno Domagoso (born October 24, 1974), also known by his screen name Isko Moreno or Yorme, is a Filipino politician and former actor who currently serves as the 22nd mayor of Manila since 2019.

Hon. Pia S. Cayetano
Senator Chairwoman, Committee on SDGs

Senator Pia S. Cayetano stands tall as a champion of women’s rights and staunch advocate of health. The youngest woman elected in the history of the Philippine Senate, she continues to prove that there is no limit to what Filipino women can achieve.

Hon. Sen. Christopher 'Bong' Go
Chairman, Committee on Health

Secretary Christopher "Bong" Go is the Special Assistant of President Rodrigo Roa Duterte, the President of the Republic of the Philippines.

Hon. Sen. Koko Pimentel
Chairman of Committee on Foreign Relations

As Senator, he authored and sponsored several key pieces of legislation, among them the Local Government Code of 1991, the Cooperative Code, the Philippine Sports Commission Act, the Act Creating the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao, and the People’s Small-Scale Mining Act.

Hon. Sen. Cynthia Villar
Chairman, Committee on Environment

Cynthia Aguilar Villar earned her degree in Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of the Philippines, which recognized her as one of its Distinguished Alumni in 2004. She completed her Masters in Business Administration at the New York University.

Hon. Sen, Richard Gordon
Chairman, Committee on Justice and Human Rights

Richard "Dick" Juico Gordon Sr. (born August 5, 1945) is a Filipino politician, lawyer, and television presenter serving as a senator since 2016, and previously from 2004 to 2010. He is also the chairman and CEO of the Philippine Red Cross since 2004.

Hon. Cong. Edgar Chatto
Chairman, Committee on Climate Change

Edgardo Migriño Chatto (born February 21, 1960), more commonly known as Edgar Chatto, is a Filipino lawyer and politician who is currently the Representative of the 1st Legislative District of Bohol since 2019. He previously served in that position from 2001 to 2010.

Hon. Cong. Rufus Rodriguez
Chairman, Committee on Constitutional Reform, Deputy Speaker

Rufus Bautista Rodriguez (born September 13, 1953) is a Filipino legal scholar and politician. He is the president of the Centrist Democratic Party and has been a member of the House of Representatives representing the second district of Cagayan de Oro City from 2007 to 2016 and from 2019-present.

Sec. Francisco Duque III
Department of Health

Francisco Tiongson Duque III is a Filipino physician and government official serving as Secretary of Health since 2017 in the Cabinet of President Rodrigo Duterte, a position he had previously held from 2005 to 2009 in the Cabinet of President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo. From 2010 to 2015, he served as the Chairman of the Civil Service Commission.

Sec. Leonor Briones
Department of Education Mr. Isko Moreno, Mayor of Manila

Leonor "Liling" Mirasol Magtolis-Briones is a Filipino academician, economist, and civil servant who is the incumbent Secretary of Education under the administration of President Rodrigo Duterte.

Former Speaker Hon. Jose de Venecia
Co-chair, International Association of Parliamentarians for Peace

Jose Claveria de Venecia Jr. (Tagalog pronunciation: [vɛˈnɛʃa]), also known as JDV, Joe De V or Mikey-Mikey (born December 26, 1936), is a former Speaker of the House of Representatives of the Philippines, serving from 1992 to 1998 and from 2001 to 2008.

Sec.Teodoro Locsin, Jr.
Department of Foreign Affairs

Teodoro "Teddy Boy" Lopez Locsin Jr. GOLH (born November 15, 1948) is a Filipino politician, diplomat, lawyer, and former journalist serving as the Secretary of Foreign Affairs since October 2018

Mr. Arsenio J. Lizaso
Chairman, National Committee on Culture and the Arts

Jose Claveria de Venecia Jr. (Tagalog pronunciation: [vɛˈnɛʃa]), also known as JDV, Joe De V or Mikey-Mikey (born December 26, 1936), is a former Speaker of the House of Representatives of the Philippines, serving from 1992 to 1998 and from 2001 to 2008.

Hon Congresswoman Lauren Legarda
Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives

The Lagarde of Lorna Regina Bautista is a Filipino politician, environmentalist, cultural worker, and former journalist who is currently serving as the representative of an old and Vice-Chairman of the house of representatives. She previously served as Senator twice: from 1998 to 2004 and from 2007 to 2019.

Hon Sen Nancy Binay
Chair of the Climate Change Committee

Maria Lourdes Nancy Sombillo Binay-Angeles (born May 12, 1973) is a Filipino politician and legislator who is currently serving as a Senator of the Philippines. She is the daughter of former Vice President Jejomar Binay. Without any prior experience, Binay placed a bid for a seat in the Senate in the 2013 general elections and won placing fifth overall. After being elected, Binay chaired both the Cultural Communities and the Tourism Committees of the Senate in the 17th Congress. Binay was re-elected in the 2019 general election for a second consecutive term.

Hon Sen Sherwin Gatchalian
Chairman Committee of Basic Education, Arts and Culture

Senator Sherwin T. Gatchalian, more known by his constituents as “Win,” is no neophyte to public service with his almost two decades of experience marked by honesty, integrity, and a relentless drive to serve his countrymen.

H.E. Mme. Audrey Azoulay
Director General, UNESCO

Audrey Azoulay, born on 4 August 1972 in La Celle-Saint-Cloud (Yvelines – France) has been Minister of Culture and Communication since 11 February 2016. Her childhood was spent in France and Morocco, where she has family ties.

Mrs. Hedva Ser
UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador for Cultural Diplomacy, Coordinator of SSCC for Europe, godmother of all art camps

Hedva Ser is a UNESCO Artist for Peace, painter, sculptor, born in Petah-Tikva, Israel. She is of a French nationality. She is a contemporary artist, known for her sculptures, watercolors, tapestries, and jewelry since 1993. Her work experiments with balance, imbalance and, above all, energy.

FORUM PANELISTS

Festival Artists

The Caporal ensemble
Colombia
Tierra Mestiza
colombia
Vangeline Theatre, new york
USA
Jamii Action Group
Kenya
Sangena Traditional Zulu Dancers
South Africa
Singapore Chinese Dance Theatre, Jenny Neo
Singapore
Menaka pp. Bora Dance Company
India
Pooja Dance Company
Bangladesh
Kyuja Bae Dance Company
Norway
Tip Vararom Dancers
Thailand,Bangkok
ZenDance Company
Republic of Korea
Wendi & Dyson Knight
Bahamas
Philippine Artists
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Objectives

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Manila SDG Festival, Forum and Workshop owes it origin to the long standing efforts of Earthsavers Dream Center, UNESCO Artist for Peace, under Cecile Alvarez, but established by the late Senator and secretary Heherson Álvarez, to harness the power of art as a tool for peace and climate justice. In 2018, Mrs. Álvarez, organized under patronage of UNESCO and with support of the Senate and the Head of State, the 2018 forum to create the so-called Peace Movement: “Not by Force but by Art”. This was itself preceded by the 2017 Manila Declaration the Philippine Roadmap for the Paris Accord, held on 29-31 May.

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These Manila events laid foundation for the Cartagena Declaration on Art as a tool for Peace and Afro Caribbean Integration which was adopted at the Conference organized by Earthsavers’ principal partner, South-South Cooperation Council in November 2018.

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Manila SDG event also showcases the effort of organizers to join the Resiliart Movement launched by UNESCO Director General, Mme. Audrey Azoulay.

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Finally, the Manila event is also a contribution to the vision of a world post covid, positioning culture as a “Vaccine against Pandemic”.

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