At a time when Mali lives an unprecedented political and identity crisis, we need more than ever to promote some of our values to get out of this abyss created by this situation. Today more than ever, Malians need to gather around what unites them. Today more than ever, the sons of this country must talk to each other, understand each other, and forgive each other. Because, dialogue is the best way to peace. Yes, dialogue to appease hearts; dialogue to learn from the past; dialogue to know and recognize each other; dialogue to accept each other despite our differences; dialogue to define the basic elements that will form the basis of the new Mali; dialogue to promote cultural diversity. Mali is characterized by the wealth of its artistic and cultural expressions. From Kidal to Kayes, each population has its particularity. And it is this mosaic that has always made the charm of this country.

AuthorHege Aasgaard
PROGRAMME: Wed 17-Sat 20 Oct (+Artists details below) Wed 17 Oct, 6pm, Film Screening: “THE MILES DAVIS STORY” – “The definitive story of the legendary Miles Davis, trumpeter, innovator, jazz composer with rare footage and interviews” “One of the great jazz documentaries of all time, a must see” (Jazz Weekly) - FREE, All Welcome
AuthorCato Litangen