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Cyberkaris nº 124 - May 2013
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Cyberkaris is the monthly electronic newsletter of the Interarts Foundation for all those interested in news and happenings in the field of international cultural policies and cultural cooperation.
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newsletter Since time immemorial, the notion of "cosmopolitan" was used to refer to both citizens of the world and those cities open to welcoming people from other countries and other cultures. At this stage of globalisation, as international relationships have become something essential and obvious and all cities in the world resemble one another through their mix of natives, immigrants and tourists, cosmopolitanism has lost its prestige and is often seen as a gratuitous impulse or frivolous snobbery, evoked only by those who, paradoxically, call in an uncritical way for the essence of territories.

Cosmopolitanism is certainly not fashionable. Nevertheless, a few weeks ago we had the opportunity to know first-hand, in the city of Strasbourg, how a city that is the capital of Alsace, which because of its bordering condition has been on both the German and French areas of influence, which holds the undeniable status of a European Capital for being the site of the Council of Europe, the European Court of Human Rights and, along with Brussels, the European Parliament, as well as which hosts 14% of foreign residents, has decided to make "Cosmopolitan Strasbourg" its city brand for the next few years.

Reinventing oneself by updating traditions, opening to the world and recognising the cultures of migrants as one's own are neither contradictory nor exclusive strategies, on the contrary. To become international on the global scene and to cooperate with third territories, to capture talent and project oneself abroad, to invest in innovation and to rethink tradition are some of the cultural crossroads for a new governance of cities and regions of Europe. When identity is no longer an inherited precondition, but a project under construction and to be shared, a new cosmopolitanism is not only possible but also necessary and essential.

Eduard Miralles, President of the Board of the Interarts Foundation
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newsletter European Expert Network on Culture - Contract Renewed until 2015 newsletter
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newsletter interarts In April, the European Commission's Directorate-General for Education and Culture (DG EAC) and Interarts signed an agreement to renew the contract for the coordination of the European Expert Network on Culture EENC until April 2015. The EENC provides advice and support to DG EAC in the analysis of cultural policies and their implications at local, national and European levels. The consortium set up by Interarts and Culture Action Europe coordinates this network since it was first set up in December 2010, following a public call for tenders. Over this period, the EENC has produced 26 papers and 8 reports, as well as an online database comprising over 400 experts and organisations active in the field of cultural policy research and cultural cooperation. Research activities involve a core group of 18 experts, as well as other researchers involved on an occasional basis. Among the project partners is also Zagreb's Institute for Development and International Relations IRMO, which is in charge of the project's online database. newsletter
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newsletter EENC Report on Export and Internationalisation Strategies for the Cultural and Creative Industries newsletter
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newsletter This report, written by members of the European Expert Network on Culture (EENC) Judith Staines and Colin Mercer, presents a commented mapping of strategies and bodies existing in EU Member States to support the export and internationalisation of goods and services in the cultural and creative industries (CCIs), as well as contextual data on trends and export volumes and a final analysis of the evidence presented. It lists approximately 100 publications, policy documents and evaluation reports from the past five years, as well as around 230 bodies involved in the export and internationalisation strategies of CCIs, covering all EU Member States. The report was commissioned by the European Commission's Directorate-General for Education and Culture (DG EAC) in the context of the setting-up of a Working Group on this issue involving representatives of EU Member States, within the framework of the Council of Ministers' Work Plan for Culture 2011-2014. newsletter
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newsletter Final Report of the Seminar ''Culture and Sexual and Reproductive Health: Towards a New Articulation'' newsletter
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newsletter Interarts has published the final report of the Seminar 'Culture and Sexual and Reproductive Health: Towards a New Articulation. A Seminar to Think, Discuss and Act' which was held on 15 February 2012, in Barcelona, in the framework of the DECIDES Program that the foundation is developing in Ecuador and Mali in collaboration with Family Care International (FCI) and with the support of AECID. The report, available on the links provided above, summarises nine presentations given by professionals working in the areas of health, gender, culture and cooperation and presents conclusions of working groups, where participants discussed various issues related to the intersection between culture, health and sexual and reproductive health. Its conclusions highlight, among other aspects, the importance of promoting public policies appropriate to country contexts and to population needs, fostering cultural mediation, promoting citizen participation as broadly as possible in relation to sexual and reproductive health, developing cooperation policies coherent with internal policies of donor countries and transferring competences and knowledge regarding the cultural approach to health. newsletter
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newsletter Cultural Practices Have a Positive Effect on Health Policies for Young People in Bamako (Mali) newsletter
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newsletter interarts In the capital of Mali, Interarts and its allies, FCI/Mali and the Association des Enfants et Jeunes Travailleurs (AEJT) of Bamako, are developing a range of strategies in order to ensure that young people in the informal sector, immersed in active life, can access services and information on sexual and reproductive health adapted to their characteristics and situation. To this end, the programme has strengthened knowledge on sexual and reproductive health (SRH) and communication skills through radio and theatre among some young leaders who, in turn, can raise awareness among their peers. Creative practices are powerful means to promote change. This month has also allowed young people to raise awareness of authorities, in particular national and regional directorates of employment and vocational training in the Bamako District, and to lobby for the inclusion of SRH issues in the curricula of vocational training centres. If good intentions lead to actual measures, this will be a significant achievement for the promotion of health and well-being of young people in this group. The project is supported by AECID. newsletter
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newsletter Participation in a Discussion Seminar on the Project for a Cultural Olympiad (2018-2022) newsletter
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newsletter In the context of preparations for the bid of Barcelona and the Pyrenees for the Winter Olympic Games 2022 and the drafting of a Global Plan for the Pyrenees, a discussion seminar entitled "Designing the Cultural Olympiad 2018-2022 Together" was held in Món Sant Benet (Sant Fruitós de Bages, Catalonia) on 2 April. Organised by the Technical Office of the Barcelona Pyrenees 2022 Bid alongside the Ministry of Culture and the Ministry of Territory and Sustainability of the Government of Catalonia, the event aimed to bring together actors and experiences from the field of culture and local development and to develop a joint reflection on proposals for regional development. Among the approximately 40 participants was Interarts, which was entrusted with the preparation of the final report of the event, collecting the presentations made and the main conclusions of the meeting. Final report. Further information about the Barcelona Pyrenees 2022. newsletter
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newsletter Participation in the RESEO and Opera Europa Spring Conference newsletter
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newsletter The joint Spring conference organised by the European Network for Opera and Dance Education RESEO and Opera Europa took place from 3 to 7 April, in Vienna. The conference was attended by representatives of all departments of opera houses from across Europe and its agenda combined presentations, practical workshops and music performances. Interarts director, Mercedes Giovinazzo, was among the international cultural and political stakeholders who participated in the conference where issues such as theatre and citizenship, creative processes, theatre's impact on society or the role of opera and culture in general in the definition and evolution of the European project, were discussed. newsletter
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newsletter Participation in the Conference 'Building the Relational City: Intercultural Challenges in Today's Cities' newsletter
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newsletter In the context of the campaign "Strasbourg cosmopolite 2013" that the Strasbourg City Council is currently developing, a conference aimed at articulating reflection, experience and public action on this issue faced by any big metropolis where various forms of cultural expressions meet was held on 4-5 April. The event brought together professionals, policy makers and local, national and international researchers, including Interarts' president, Eduard Miralles, who participated in the closing round table on 'Building the Relational City: An utopia?'. The conference programme also included workshops and plenary sessions, organised by the City Council of Strasbourg, in collaboration with the Observatory on Cultural Policies. newsletter
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newsletter Chiquitania's Indigenous Women Reinforce their Project-Design Skills in San Xavier (Bolivia) newsletter
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newsletter interarts From 16 to 17 April, Interarts together with FCI/Bolivia, the Chiquitana Indigenous Organization (OICH) and the Municipal Council of San Xavier organised a workshop addressed to indigenous women of Chiquitana responsible for gender issues. The workshop, led by Interarts, was aimed at strengthening the local capacities in the field of international cooperation and project design and management. Participants shared their experiences and visions on themes such as culture and development and discussed locally-pressing concerns such as the lack of information on HIV and violence against women. The workshop was also attended by Wilma Mendoza, Vice-President of the National Confederation of Indigenous Women, which is also one of the project partners. The project receives support of the City of Barcelona and the Catalan Cooperation Agency. The workshop coincided with the recently-published analysis on an intercultural approach to the prevention of teen pregnancy and HIV in the communities of Bolivia's lowlands. The main objective of the project is that indigenous women organisations participate more actively in policies which affect their values and cultural references. newsletter
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newsletter Spain's Action Plan to Promote the Cultural and Creative Industries 2013 newsletter
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newsletter In early April, the Spanish Ministry of Education, Culture and Sports presented the 2013 programme of its action plan for the programme in support of the cultural and creative industries, including measures to support access to finance, internationalisation and adaptation to new business models. The submission period for grant applications to create digital cultural contents and to promote innovation in industries as well as to support cultural action and promotion addressed to nonprofit organisations is already open. The amount allocated to these grants is EUR 4.3 million. The Ministry is also working on the creation of a credit line worth EUR 11 million. For further information. newsletter
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newsletter IETM: Nan van Houte, New Secretary General newsletter
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newsletter On April, the Board of IETM announced the appointment of Nan van Houte as the new Secretary General of this international network. With an extensive professional experience as a playwright, artistic director, programme developer, journalist and producer, she was on the Board of this network from 2001, serving as Vice-President and President. Van Houte will succeed Mary Ann DeVlieg who has led IETM for more than 20 years, becoming one of the most recognised figures in the field of artistic cooperation and cultural policy in the European Union. newsletter
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newsletter Prince Claus Fund: Call for Cultural Initiatives Related to the Rethinking of Public Space newsletter
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newsletter The Prince Claus Fund for Culture and Development has recently launched its annual call addressed to specific regions. This edition is aimed at cultural initiatives related to the rethinking of public space, understood as open social spaces and accessible to all. The call is open to individuals and/or entities working in the field of culture and arts, interested in culture and development in Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean. Only proposals for activities that start at least 4 months after the deadline of the call for proposals, 15 May 2013, will be accepted. The Prince Claus Fund is supported by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Postcode Lottery of the Netherlands. Information. newsletter
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newsletter IETM: Call for Contribution on Artistic Projects Connected with Territoriality newsletter
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newsletter IETM has recently launched a series of publications entitled 'Fresh Perspectives' that explores how artists are working with crucial themes in society today, and thus reflecting on the value of contemporary arts and cultural practice to individuals and society. The international network has launched a call for contributions for publications on 'arts and territory'; projects that have been created or are creating, and that directly deal with issues such as globalisation, migration, urban hybridity and public space. It also involves the compilation of information through an online survey on how the globalisation process has affected or affects artistic programmes. The deadline for participation is 20 May 2013. Information and survey. newsletter
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newsletter Call for Short Stories on Citizenship and Volunteering newsletter
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newsletter The European Institute of the Mediterranean (IEMed) and the Anna Lindh Foundation have announced the sixth edition of the international literary contest "A See of Words". In the context of the European Year of Citizens, the call will accept short stories that deal with issues of solidarity and citizenship, and its development in different countries of the Mediterranean region. The objective of the call is to expand the reflection on the idea of volunteerism and its role in intergenerational solidarity as well as to foster the expression of the diversity of sensibilities and existent realities in this region. The call is open to young people between 18 and 30 years of age in the 42 countries of the Mediterranean region. Those interested can submit their works until 25 May 2013. Information. newsletter
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newsletter Scholarships for Studies on Catalan Cultural Associations newsletter
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newsletter The confederation that gathers the major Catalan folklore federations, "Ens de l'Associacionisme Cultural Català", has announced a scholarship for studies on Catalan cultural associations. 6,000 euros will be awarded to the best research project in this area, its practices and values, understood from a broad and cross-cutting perspective. The work must be original and innovative, and willing to disseminate and contribute to thinking on association issues; both individual and group applications are accepted. The deadline to submit applications is 31 May 2013. Information and guidelines. newsletter
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newsletter Cultural Entrepreneurship: Competition for Digital Cultural Projects newsletter
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newsletter interarts In the framework of the 5th Ibero-American Cultural Congress, which will take place from 20 to 22 November 2013 in Zaragoza, a competition entitled 'Cultural Entrepreneurship' for digital cultural projects has been launched. The contest is open to initiatives coming from any of the 22 countries of the Ibero-American Community of Nations. At least one of the projects from each of these countries will be selected to be presented at the Congress, to participate in the contest and qualify for one of the six awards established: the most innovative idea; the most innovative project launched less than 3 years ago; the most socially-relevant project; the best project among young entrepreneurs; and the senior entrepreneurs project. The deadline to submit proposals is 14 June 2013. For further information. newsletter
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newsletter UNESCO International Fund for Cultural Diversity: Call 2013 newsletter
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newsletter With the objective of providing financial support to projects aimed at fostering the emergence of a dynamic cultural sector at the national and/or local level in developing countries, the International Fund for Cultural Diversity (IFCD) has recently launched its call for 2013. Established by the 2005 UNESCO Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions, the IFCD provides funding to NGOs and public authorities from those developing countries that have ratified the Convention. It supports projects that generate transformational change in these countries. The deadline to submit applications is 30 June 2013, although each country's National Commission for UNESCO establishes a national deadline for submissions. For further information newsletter
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newsletter InterArtive: Call for Texts and Projects on ''Art and Mobility'' newsletter
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newsletter In collaboration with other international organisations such as Roberto Cimetta Fund, Delfina Foundation, On the Move, University of Deusto and ENCATC, the digital platform and journal InterArtive is preparing a special issue dedicated to the relationship between Art and Mobility. In this context, InterArtive invites academics, critics, curators and artists who work on the subject ?art and mobility' to participate. Proposals should consider topics such as mobility, cultural diversity and intercultural dialogue; migration, exile and diaspora; obstacles to mobility and visa issues; human interaction, responsibilities, eco-mobility; nomadic art practices; translation and language; and virtual mobility, among others. Proposals should be submitted by 15 July 2013. Information. newsletter
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newsletter Master 2: Master's Degree in Cultural Project Management newsletter
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newsletter interarts In the context of the MA Programme in Public Policies and Social Change at the Grenoble Institute of Political Studies, a MA in Cultural Project Management is designed by Grenoble's Observatory of Cultural Policies. It is addressed to public officers of cultural services in municipalities, departments, regions, etc. as well as directors of private and/or public cultural and artistic projects. Master 2 aims to develop the capacities of participants to manage projects or policies with a public service and territorial cultural development approach. The duration of the course is 12 weeks spread between January 2014 and December 2015. Information and guidelines to present applications. newsletter
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newsletter Museum Professionals. A Sector Analysis in Spain newsletter
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newsletter This new publication gathers results of a survey promoted by the Sub-Directorate General of State Museums to investigate employment and training data of professionals in Spanish museums, as a resource to improve management practices in this field. The report analyses for the first time this professional sector, including professionals working in preservation, restoration, documentation, education, marketing and communication, management and administration. The research involved over 1,200 professionals across the country.

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newsletter European Capitals of Culture and Everyday Cultural Diversity: A Comparison of Liverpool and Marseilles newsletter
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newsletter The European Cultural Foundation has recently published this book, resulting from the Cultural Policy Research Award 2010, which collects results of an ethnographic field research developed in Liverpool (UK) and Marseilles (France). Author Claire Bullen, in collaboration with local art organisations, community groups and individuals, investigates how narratives about cultural policies within and across European member states are put into practice in particular European cities, and how these circulating dynamics might influence everyday social relations in and across urban neighborhoods. newsletter
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newsletter Second Issue of the Wale'keru Journal newsletter
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newsletter The online journal of research in culture and development Wale'keru has presented its second issue which includes articles by Arturo Escobar on culture and differences; Xavier Greffe, on the political economy of cultural heritage; Wilder Guerra, on intercultural coexistence in development projects in indigenous territories; and Fernando Vicario, on communication and culture. The journal also includes experiences, reviews and other relevant information. The publication is an initiative of the Ibero-American Laboratory on Research and Innovation in Culture and Development (L+iD), created by the University of Girona (UdG) and the Technological University of Bolívar (UTB). newsletter
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newsletter Report on Artistic Freedom of Expression newsletter
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newsletter interarts In October 2012, the World Conference on Artistic Freedom of Expressions 'All that is Banned is Desired', organised by Freemuse, was held in Oslo. Recently the final report has been published, written by Robin Denselow, a British writer and journalist. The work illustrates the current situation of this issue among artists around the world, including incidents of censorship, persecution and imprisonment reported at the conference. Both the event and the report seek to contribute to denounce violence against artists' freedom of expression as well as to defend their role. newsletter
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newsletter Publication on Cultural Policies in Spain newsletter
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newsletter The Political and Sociological Research Journal (RIPS) of the Faculty of Political and Social Sciences of the University of Santiago de Compostela has published a special issue on ?Cultural policy in Spain: the autonomic systems'. The work collects a series of articles prepared in the context of an extensive research on cultural policies in the Spanish autonomous communities, conducted over the past six years by a team of researchers from various universities. newsletter
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newsletter ''Music, Culture and Conflict in Mali'' newsletter
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newsletter interarts "Music, Culture and Conflict in Mali" is the title of a report published by the Freemuse organisation and written by Andy Morgan, one of UK's most respected writers specialised in West Africa and the Sahara. For this work, Morgan interviewed 20 of Mali's most acclaimed musicians, artists and observers on how music and culture has been affected as a consequence of the crisis. The author analyses the background of the conflict and offers a general overview on the situation of Mali musicians after the uprising in the North, the Islamist takeover and the military coup in the South. newsletter
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newsletter Online Publication: ''Serving Artists Serves the Public'' newsletter
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newsletter interarts "Serving Artists Serves the Public: Programming Arts Festivals in Asia and Europe" is an online publication recently produced by the Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF) and the LASALLE College of the Arts in Singapore. The report provides tools and techniques for emerging festival managers, and can be used as a handbook. It also addresses broader questions such as the purpose and meaning of festivals or the type of public that they serve, which are raised to provoke self-reflection among readers. The publication is available on Culture360.org's website. newsletter
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newsletter World Summit on Arts Education - Polylogue II (Munich and Wildbad Kreuth, Germany, 13-17 May 2013) newsletter
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newsletter Professionals in arts and cultural education will meet from 13 to 17 May to work and deepen the reach of arts and cultural education in schools, communities, arts institutions and in diverse people's lives. The World Alliance for Arts Education (WAAE), the International Network for Research in Arts Education (INRAE) and the European Network of civil servants working in the field of Arts and Cultural Education (ACEnet) will hold their regular global gathering, this time hosted by the German Federation for Arts Education and Cultural Learning (BKJ) and UNESCO Chair in Arts and Culture in Education, Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg. The World Summit on Arts Education represents a privileged place to discuss arts and cultural education from different perspectives, both European and global, and to create networks among participants. newsletter
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newsletter 21st EBLIDA Annual Council and Conference (Milan, Italy, 14-15 May 2013) newsletter
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newsletter 'Reddy? Read "e". E-services in Libraries, from European thinking to local actions' is the central theme of the conference that the European Bureau of Library, Information and Documentation Associations EBLIDA is organising on 15 May in Milan, a day after holding the annual meeting of its Council. Addressing e-books, participants will also discuss on the current situation of the sector and its future at local and European level. In one of the parallel sessions the Secretary General of Culture Action Europe, Luca Bergamo, will present the actions developed in Europe. The event is organised in collaboration with the Associazione Italiana Biblioteche (AIB) and the City Council of Milano. newsletter
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newsletter Congress 'Culture: Key to Sustainable Development' (Hangzhou, China, 15-17 May 2013) newsletter
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newsletter UNESCO, with the support of the Government of the People's Republic of China, is organising from 15 to 17 May in Hangzhou the International Congress on the role of culture in achieving sustainable development goals. The integration of the cultural dimension into actions in achieving sustainable development is a relatively new approach that is becoming fundamental to reach the Millennium Development Goals. The event in Hangzhou, which will also be attended by Interarts' director Mercedes Giovinazzo, aims at engaging the international community in an open debate on this issue. The results of this Congress will also serve as a substantial input to the discussion on the framework for the UN's post-2015 sustainable development agenda. newsletter
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newsletter 14th Assembly of the Spanish Network of the Anna Lindh Foundation (Barcelona, 22 May 2013) newsletter
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newsletter interarts Barcelona's Pedralbes Palace, which hosts the secretariat of the Union for the Mediterranean (UpM), will be the venue for the celebration of the 14th General Meeting of the Spanish Network of the Anna Lindh Foundation RE-FAL. Over 150 member organisations working in areas ranging from development cooperation to environment, education and gender equality are invited to attend. Interarts, as a member of the RE-FAL, will also attend the meeting where, among other issues, some of the proposals on the work on intercultural dialogue in the Euro-Mediterranean region will be discussed; these proposals were raised at the meeting of the Executive Committee held in January 2013 also in Barcelona. newsletter
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newsletter Cities and Heritage Meeting (Lyon, France, 22-24 May 2013) newsletter
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newsletter The Organization of World Heritage Cities (OWHC) and the City of Lyon (France) are organizing a meeting entitled 'Changing Cities and Heritage Management: New Players? New Practices?'. The meeting primarily addressed to mayors, elected officials, practitioners and local players in World Heritage cities, will offer an exchange of experiences and concrete practices, as well as their relations with national or international strategies. Taking as a starting point practices carried out in Lyon, the event seeks to identify concrete initiatives such as an exchange and cooperation programme about new players and new practices. newsletter
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newsletter Conference on Reclaiming Public Space through Culture (Sant Boi de Llobregat, Barcelona, 13-15 June 2013) newsletter
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newsletter Trans Europe Halles, a European network of independent cultural centers and the "Amics de l'Ateneu Santboià" association are organising, from 13 to 15 June, a conference called 'Ens Toca! Reclaiming public space through culture'. The meeting, carried out in the context of the Engine Room Europe project financed by the European Commission, is a collective reflection on how culture can give tools and ideas to support the process of taking over public space to use it as a common good. The event will focus on topics such as alternative cultural models, networking and collective construction of the territory, which will be discussed through conferences, presentations of practical cases and workshops. newsletter
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newsletter Barcelona, 8-10 May 2013. See Cyberkaris 123, April 2013. newsletter
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newsletter St. Pölten, Austria, 9-12 May 2013. See Cyberkaris 123, April 2013. newsletter
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newsletter Conference ''The Dwarfing of Europe? A Dialogue between Brazil, India, China and Europe'' newsletter
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newsletter Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 22-23 May 2013. See Cyberkaris 122, March 2013. newsletter
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newsletter Cyberkaris, the monthly electronic newsletter of Interarts, is intended for all those interested in receiving updated information on international cultural policies and cultural cooperation. Available in four languages -Catalan, Spanish, French and English- it is sent to over 5.000 subscribers all over the world as the main communication tool of the organization alongside its webpage www.interarts.net. Founded in 1995 Interarts is a private agency with international projection, the aim of which is to advise in the design of cultural policies, to contribute to development through the cultural sector and to facilitate the transfer of knowledge and information in the field of culture. Interarts operates mainly in the field of cultural policies and cultural co-operation and its objective is to foster the inclusion of a cultural element in all projects concerning human development. With headquarters in Barcelona Interarts carries out its activities in cooperation with public and private entities and has a wide experience in cultural cooperation projects both at national and international levels. newsletter
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