MISS HERITAGE GLOBAL
Miss Heritage was founded on the basis of celebrating all cultures of the world and showcasing the beauty in human diversity. MHG cerate's culture ambassadors out of beauty queens from the ages of 18 to 28 from different cultures and backgrounds, bringing them together to learn about the culture of the host country, share their own cultures with each other and the people of the host country; ultimately demonstrating that we can be united despite our differences.
The Miss heritage concept also compliments the vision, mission and objectives of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) whose mission includes promoting cultural heritage and the equal dignity of all cultures, in this regard, Miss Heritage Globals mission just like UNESCO is to strengthens bonds among nations with the contestants taking on the role of ambassadors representing their individual countries.
FROM ABUJA TO THE WORLD
Our 7th Miss Heritage Global will be crowned in the city of unity, Abuja Nigeria.Nigeria is a country rich with culture and with a heritage that connects Africans, African Americans and Africans in the Diaspora. The 2021 event will showcase the diverse cultures that make up Nigeria and how these cultures come together to influence the world.
Heritage week Nigeria invites the world to experience firsthand this rich Nigerian culture; create networking opportunities that foster global intercultural diplomacy and once again demonstrate the unity in our diversity.
The Miss Heritage Global crown is awarded to the young woman that demonstrates pride in her own culture while being open to learning about new cultures. The Miss Heritage Queen embodies unity in diversity; she interacts with other contestants and host country locals with an open mind and represents a generation of true global citizens who are not limited by borders, prejudices and generalizations.
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