The UEMF African Week is part of the World Day for Cultural Diversity as well as World Africa Day. Given its international scope, several eminent personalities from the diplomatic world, in particular several ambassadors from brotherly and friendly African countries, but also from the academic and cultural world, the economic and social sector and civil society, will take part in this week dedicated to the African continent.
Main activities and objectives:
This event will be mainly marked by three major daily activities. "The ceremony of the African Week of the UEMF will know various activities including conferences and round tables, cultural and recreational activities and a highlight for fruitful exchanges with the companies and the national and international organizations invited", explain the organizers. , eagerly awaiting the start of the event.
The UEMF Africa Week aims to promote a better understanding of our continent; create a meeting space bringing together diplomats, business leaders, researchers, journalists, etc., to interpret the internal and external dynamics that drive the continent, to offer reading grids of African realities in their diversity and their. Complementarities, reflect and debate on themes of common interest for Africa, development prospects and models, rethink together the new strategic orientations that Africa in general and Morocco in particular should implement with regard to this what does the "Europe-Mediterranean-Africa" axis represent in terms of development opportunities and potential".
An event aimed at the development of Africa:
In addition, the UEMF African week will allow participants to get to know Africa better, to promote exchanges and facilitate meetings with recruiters and decision-makers active on the continent, and finally, to become aware of the potential of Africa in terms of human resources. 2222 Through this event, the UEMF and Bank of Africa wish to encourage concrete initiatives and actions for the development of the continent. The University plans to organize a similar event very soon in three capitals of sub-Saharan Africa, notably in Dakar (Senegal), Abidjan (Côte d'Ivoire) and Libreville (Gabon)