Culture and Ideology

Culture and Ideology

The program is packaged to deal with issues that include but not limited to: Cultural diversity and its inter-linkages; Religious Influence – Islamic Fundamentalism verses Christianity; Political Ideologies, Political Tolerance – and emerging ideologies of Welfare Economics and Guardianism.

The key factor here; Talent identification and matching, aims at transforming ugandans skills without limiting only to Education level, the major qualification is individual abilities. No human being is outright disabled, everyone has a unique ability that if identified and matched with self and other guided discoveries for appropriate training and those other productive ventures in society.

Disability is not inability it’s all Talent, a Team led by disabled Person presents during a Talent Identification Gala

There are probably as many different definitions of culture as there are different cultures. “culture is the characteristics and knowledge of a particular group of people, defined by everything from language, religion, cuisine, social habitats, music and arts”. The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO, 2016) has adopted a broad definition, stating that culture is “that complex whole which includes knowledge, beliefs, arts, morals, laws, customs, and any other capabilities and habits acquired by [a human] as a member of society.”

The Fates of Human Societies, where we argue that geographical and environmental factors shaped the modern world. This implies that the striking differences between the long-term histories of different people on different continents are due not to innate differences between the people themselves but to differences between their environments. Nonetheless, it seems to us that the exceptions to Diamond’s rule are too numerous for us to accept geography and natural resources as the only explanation for differences in history and culture.

An insight to the sterling display of the Iteso cultural music gala that took place on Saturday 3rd Feb 2017 in Mukongoro. Feel the vibe!!

Posted by The Guardian Ideology on Montag, 5. Februar 2018

When people are given a free and fair chance to express their musical talent: love, joy, happiness and bliss is what you get. This group occasioned by the opportunity given to them to showcase their talent at the PAPA ELOHIM music gala chose to take it to another at Ojambula jubilating the progress they made. #Guardian #Talent #PapaElohim #EdaranLoItunga

Posted by The Guardian Ideology on Montag, 5. Februar 2018

A great music talent gala ought to attract people of all walks of life regardless of their age or body formations. Guardians watch this awesome performer put up spirited dance moves, raising dust with both his hands and feet to the amazement of the audience. Ingenious! #Talent #Guardianism #Guardian #EdaranLoItunga #PapaElohim #TesoCulture

Posted by The Guardian Ideology on Dienstag, 6. Februar 2018

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  • Posted March 2, 2018 Webstar 4:31 pm

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