On Thursday, April 9, at 5:00 p.m., Nonty Charity Sabic will give a talk about ubuntu, an ancient philosophy that considers collective solidarity as the central axis for the survival of our planet and the human race.
This online chat, free and open to anyone who wants to participate, is framed within the Triennial Facilitation Course in collaboration with Fil a l’agulla.
The philosophy of ubuntu derives from a Nguni word “ubuntu”, which means “the quality of being human”, and is manifested through various human acts, clearly visible in social, political and economic situations, as well as among the community or family . Ubuntu runs through the veins of all African people.
When: April 9 from 5 to 7 p.m.
Where: ONLINE, you can follow the talk live via Zoom.
Language: English, with translation into Spanish
No prior registration is necessary. You cannot follow it live. The session will be recorded and shared to our channels.
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