Africa-Press – Angola. The importance of increasing efforts in society for a greater appreciation and dissemination of Angolan culture as a factor of identity must continue to be an exercise of all and not only of the State.
He explained that moral values are important to allow for a harmonious, peaceful social life and to respect the culture of a people. “Moral values determine how behaviors should be, functioning as a kind of guideline on how to act and in a way guarantee social order,” she recalled.
At a meeting to commemorate the African Women’s Day, Marcelina Magalhães highlighted that in culture we find the political and financial organization of communities, which are not limited only to norms, customs and traditions.
In a historical context, Cristina Magalhães recalled that the continent has always had strong matrix empires, not of denomination under the position of men, but of the rise of the feminine nature itself, from the positive point of view in which women have social responsibilities.
In her view, women’s meetings for women should not only be held on ephemeris, but should produce important content for society.