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  • The Francophonie Week in the Philippines

    Since 1990, francophones from all continents celebrate the International Day of the Francophonie every March 20. This occasion is dedicated to the French language and its 220 million speakers in the world.

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  • Francophonie Celebration 2018

    The Alliance Francaise de Manille, together with the Embassy of France to the Philippines as well as with other institutional and private sector partners, have prepared a line-up of events to commemorate the celebration of the Francophonie and French language in the Philippines from March 20 to March 28.

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  • Francophonie Week 2017

    The French Embassy in the Philippines, in partnership with the Alliance Française de Manille and the Lycée Français de Manille, is pleased to invite you to the Francophonie Week happening from March 18 to 26, 2017.

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  • LabCitoyen 2017

    LabCitoyen is an international program by the Institut Français of Paris which brings together young francophones (20 to 26 years old) from different parts of the globe to participate in a series of conferences, debates, visits, and workshops on citizenship over the course of 8 days in France.

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  • Results: "Why Do I Care" French Poetry Contest

    An awarding ceremony for the "Why Do I Care?" poetry contest took place at the Alliance Française de Manille last Wednesday, October 7 at 4:00pm. The participants had the chance to read their poems showing their involvement in addressing climate change and in the protection of the planet.

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  • Paris réimaginé by Sir Albertti G. Flores, winner of the 2015 LabCitoyen competition

    Sir Albertti G. Flores, a student from the University of the Philippines, was chosen to represent the Philippines in the 2015 LabCitoyen program on the theme "Human rights in the face of environmental challenges" which took place from July 15 to 25 in Paris.

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