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Poets from 52 Countries and Five Continents [Colombia]:
According to Rendon, the festival's objective is to contribute to Colombian cultural democratization, traditionally in the hands of the elite, to build a bridge to diversity and to boost the embrace of the poetic traditions which shape the human profile of our time.

According to the program, the Festival has scheduled 108 days of free access, 86 poetry readings in universities, cultural centers, streets and parks in the city, unions, prisons and for the homeless.

Seven lectures, six talks with the poets, three courses and three poetry workshops, a photo exhibition by Enrique Hernandez de Jesus (Venezuela) on poets from America and an exhibition by Colombian painter Antonio Samudio will be also included.

The festivals of Medellin attract more than 150,000 people annually. In Rendon's opinion, it is tangible proof of the Colombian people's vocation for peace and desire for changes in their country, split by more than 40 years of conflict.
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