Projects

Literary Exchange Project Nigeria - Cameroon

Goethe-Institut in Lagos and Yaounde in collaboration with Saraba Magazine and Bakwa Magazine invites applications for participation in a mentored series of exchanges and workshops on creative non-fiction.

Goethe-Institut in Lagos and Yaounde in collaboration with Saraba Magazine and
Bakwa Magazine invites applications for participation in a mentored series of
exchanges and workshops on creative non-fiction.

Though Cameroon and Nigeria are neighbors and share a lot of similar cultural
values, this potential has not been exploited for the collaborative knowledge and
advancement of either country. Consequently, though they share a border, they
know little or nothing about each other and hardly engage in literary collaborations
that could benefit both countries.

The workshop will feature different stages of exchange in both Cameroon and
Nigeria at no expense to the applicant.




 

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Music in Africa

Music In Africa is an information and exchange web portal dedicated to the African music sector. 

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African Futures

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Mokolo © Goethe-Institut Lagos

MOKOLO

By offering increased accessibility to African film industries, productions and content, Mokolo will contribute to a climate conducive to content creation and distribution.

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Wiki Loves Women bridges two significant gaps on Wikimedia projects – women and Africa – both in terms of content about these subjects and in terms of participation by people from these groups.

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Literary Crossroads

Literary Crossroads is a new series of talks where Nigerian writers meet colleagues from all over the continent and from the African diaspora to discuss trends, topics and themes prevalent in their literatures today.

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Das Goethe-Institut Nigeria freut sich immer darüber Menschen zusammen zu bringen. Sehr gerne laden wir Künstlerinnen, Musiker oder Wissenschaftlerinnen nach Nigeria ein und bringen sie in Kontakt mit Künstlern, Musikerinnen oder Wissenschaftlern vor Ort. Dieses Dossier möchte diese Besuche auf eine besondere Art festhalten. Wir stellen unsere Gäste vor, indem wir allen die gleichen fünf Fragen stellen.