South Africa set to host the globally acclaimed International Festival of Language and Culture


Date posted: March 30, 2016

The International Festival of Language and Culture (IFLC) promotes research, learning and information exchanges in support of peace, friendship, understanding, inclusion and diversity. Founded in 2003 with 17 countries participating, the IFLC has grown to include 145 countries with more than 2,000 participants in 2015.

The Festival is the largest and most prominent global project for promoting world languages and cultures. The globally acclaimed International Festival of Language and Culture (IFLC) is dedicated to cultivating and educating the youth, creating a platform to share their cultural heritage with their peers around the world. The Festival showcases exceptional song and dance performances by students of diverse nationalities.

The 14th International Festival of Language and Culture, SA (IFLCSA) will be held on April 21, 2016, at the Nelson Mandela Theatre (Joburg Theatre) in Braamfontein Johannesburg.

Source: Purely Local , March 29, 2016


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