Congo Week is the celebration and promotion of Congolese culture. Every year we promote DRCongo by celebrating and/or discussing a specific theme. It is also about highlighting the significance roles of Congolese women in our society.
This year we are celebrating and honouring Congolese women whom we believe are the strongest asset of our country. Many speakers will engage with the audience to debate one main top topic: “The responsibility of Congolese woman in the recovery of our society “.
DATE AND TIME
Sat, October 21, 2017 4:00 PM – 8:00 PM BST
356 Holloway Road, Ressource For London, London N7 6PA
For tickets go to: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/congoweek2017-tickets-38455976862?aff=es2
Date: Fri 21 April 2017 from 17:00 – 20:00
Location: Galton LT 1-19 Torrington Place, London, WC1E 7HB
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This Saturday 4June from 3-5PM outside 10 Downing Street.
Working for a change in DR Congo !
Following the DRC’s 56th anniversary of independence, the Friends of Congo UK association in loving partnership with Adinkra Arts Collective is organising a day to celebrate, meet, exchange and share Continue reading 56th anniversary of independence of the DRC
You are invited to Lumumba day on Saturday 16th January,6:30 to 9pm.
at Mama Africa culture shop, 282 leyton high rd, london, E105PWGeneral
• To raise awareness of the situation in the Congo
• To win people over to understand that cause of the symptoms in Congo is neo-colonialism and occupation.
• To win some of the old activists closer to us.
• To win a new audience of young people under 25 and mothers.
To win people to join We Are Lumumba Coalition
To win people to work with We Are Lumumba Coalition
To win people to the Break The Silence campaign: to deal with some of the symptoms caused by the Multinational companies, and to demand
More info: https://www.facebook.com/groups/congoleseactionyouthuk/