Quito, November 28, 2019
Rosalía Arteaga talks about education in Mozambique
The third edition of the MOZEFO economic and social forum was inaugurated on November 20, 2019. Rosalía Arteaga, former president of Ecuador, was one of the speakers at the meeting.
Arteaga together with Jorge Ferrão, rector of the Maputo Pedagogical University, and Daniel Traça, director of the New School of Business and Economics (Portugal), shared the panel “Education in the 21st century”, on the first day of MOZEFO.
"The role of human beings is to ensure that the use of science is beneficial for all, along with the values of honesty, equal opportunities and the fight against corruption," said the executive president of FIDAL.
In addition, Arteaga received recognition for the contribution in the third edition of MOZEFO together with Paulo Portas, former Vice Prime Minister of Portugal, and Joseph Stiglitz, the 2001 Nobel Prize winner in Economics.
During the two days of the event, more than 30 conferences from around the world participated, including politicians, economists, academics, university rectors, chamber representatives, etc. MOZEFO addressed issues related to gender parity, the role of the creative industry in the development of nations and the future of Mozambique towards sustainable development, among other talks.