Significance of the Creole language to be highlighted during 3rd Dominica Country Conference
The Creole language and its significance to Dominica’s culture will be highlighted during the 3rd Dominica Country Conference.
The conference will be held on August 15 and 16, and is being hosted by the University of the West Indies in collaboration with the Government of Dominica, the University of Bedfordshire, and the Arts and Humanitaries Research Council.
It is being held under the theme “Creole as Cultural Heritage: Framing, Strengthening and Advocating”.
Head of the University of the West Indies Open Campus is Kimone Joseph.