An agreement includes the commitment to promote the Canarian cultural identity

 In Canary Islands, News

A collaboration agreement signed by the Municipality of Haría and the Pueblo Maho Cultural Association presents the commitment of both entities to work together for the promotion of Canarian cultural identity, through the organization and development of activities aimed at citizens.
Among the purposes of the agreement is the collaboration in holding conferences, conferences and other cultural events. It also aims to promote the publication of works related to ethnography and history and the preparation of teaching materials for the use of the educational community.

The natural patrimony and the care of the environment will also be a matter of collaboration, since the agreement includes the will to “organize excursions and days that contribute to the preservation and living ecology of the islands”, as well as the realization of fun and festive activities based in the original cultures the islands and the support and promotion to new values ​​in the art of the island in all contemporary disciplines.

The signing of the agreement will allow the Pueblo Maho Cultural Association to propose the inclusion of cultural activities within the programming. Haría City Council and Pueblo Maho Association have already collaborated in the organization of activities, through participation in the Cultural Heritage Days of the municipality or the Days ‘Delineating the Indigenous Cultures of the Canary Islands’.

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