Caracas, April 22, 2015 (MPPRE) .- In regards to its fourth anniversary, the Institute of Strategic Studies on Africa and its Diaspora (Centre of African Knowledge) will have from Wednesday, April 22 to Friday 24, the II International Congress of African, Caribbean and Diaspora knowledge: the Caribbean that unites us.
The activity, which is also part of the celebrations of the two hundred years since the proclamation of the Charter of Jamaica, where the Liberator Simón Bolívar advocates for the unity of Abya Yala America, will be held in the facilities of the Rómulo Gallegos (Celarg) Center for Latin American Studies , and divided into three workshops.
These working groups with discuss issues related to the Caribbean in regards to the Venezuelan independence process, the independence in Abya Yala America from a Caribbean perspective, the pioneering ideas of integration in these two regions, contribution of African descent to the liberation struggles in Abya Yala America and Caribbean, the integration Abya Yala America and the Caribbean: its resurgence in the philosophy of Hugo Chavez, the mechanisms of regional integration for our second independence and culture as a force for the integration of these regions, among others topics.
The opening of the congress will be held on Wednesday April 22 with a conference on Bolivar's Foreign Policy in the Letter of Jamaica, which will be led by the President and founder of the Centre of African Knowledge and Deputy Minister for Africa, Reinaldo Bolívar.
Afterwards, attendees can join workshops where papers will be presenting papers by several guests from Venezuela, Cuba, Belize, Colombia, Ecuador and Trinidad and Tobago.