From August 13th to 16th the XIX General Assembly of the AEJeST will take place in Pontivy, French Brittany. The Confédération FALSAB is the association in charge of the local organization.Read more
The AJJST was created at the end of 2018 and has set up a regional organization. Six major regions have been created: North Africa, East Africa, Central Africa, West Africa, Southern Africa and Indian Ocean. The organization is affiliated to ITSGA.
A website has also been opened: more on https://www.aajst.org/events
A series of meetings will be scheduled to consolidate the organization of the AJJST. The 1st took place from December 10 to 14, 2019 in Tunis.
Meeting with Mr the Minister of Culture and Mrs the Governor of the Region
The Tunis meeting saw the AJJST takes the historical decision to start a TSG inventory. It is an enormous task which is necessary because Africa has an immense cultural heritage and this which must be preserved. The video above shows one of the ways envisaged to gather information.
President Pere Lavega confirmed to President Joseph Rashidi Salumu of the AAJST the support of the AEJeST for this action.Read more
Last weekend, the Cia. De Jocs l’Anònima hosted the AEJeST Administration Council meeting in Berga (Barcelona). The meeting, which allowed us to discuss aspects related to the current projects, was very positive.Read more
by Biel Pubill Soler in UNESCO
Today we have the pleasure of sharing with all of you some pleasant news. AEJeST has been re-accredited by UNESCO, Intangible Cultural Heritage Section (ICH) as an NGO, for the next 4 years.Read more
Pere Lavega President of AEJeST and Pierre Parlebas member of AEJeST have just participated in the Round Table organized by UNESCO in the context of the 40th Session of the General Conference (14-15 November 2019), in Paris.Read more
Between 8 and 10 November, the “II International Congress: Games in History” was held in Castellón de la Plana and Sant Mateu, Spain. In this edition, the Congress focused on diversity in school play and leisure time.Read more
The book Quina canya! Joguinetes, written by Miqui Giménez and Biel Pubill, has just been published! The book has more than 150 pages filled with instructions to build more than 60 popular toys and instruments designed to chop, scratch, blow, throw, scrub, think… And, mostly, to share! Of course, all the toys and instruments are made of cane.Read more
Several delegations of AEJeST were present at the 17th edition of Tocatì in Verona from 12 to 16 September 2019.Read more
Pere Lavega president of AEJeST participates in the First Regional Conference of African Ministers on the Implementation of the Kazan Action Plan (KAP) in Africa, in Antananarivo, Madagascar (10-13 September 2019).Read more