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Cyberkaris
Cyberkaris nş 125 - June 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 THE ART OF RESILIENCE newsletter
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newsletter A few weeks ago, two good friends of Interarts visited Santa Maria, a city of just over 250,000 inhabitants in the state of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil, to launch a programme to recover collective citizen energies through cultural tools and resources. Earlier this year in Santa Maria a nightclub caught fire, causing nearly 250 victims, and since then the city's mood has not been what it was before. Over the past few days, we have celebrated the twentieth anniversary of "Clowns Without Borders", an NGO with unequivocally Catalan roots that today has expanded worldwide, with unquestionable experience in the recovery of coexistence through the art of the smile, especially among children, in communities that have suffered the traumatic effects of war or natural disasters. And in 2010, several local authorities under the thematic group on culture of the Mercociudades network created a "Cultural First Aid" kit in order to help alleviate the effects of the earthquake which earlier that same year had affected the region of Valparaiso, Chile.

In short, culture is not going to free us from any disaster, but without culture we will hardly overcome the consequences of any cataclysm or war. Because the arts help to rebuild social cohesion of a community in crisis. Because many useful traditional knowledge in emergency situations are deposited in the intangible aspects of what we know as heritage. Because the symbolic representation of a problem or a conflict is often an essential condition for attempting to overcome it in a more or less cathartic way. Because the protection and preservation of tangible heritage in critical moments requires specific protocols which are difficult to implement if they have not been previously established. And, ultimately, because men and women active in the field of culture are an essential resource when facing difficult circumstances.

Resilience (literally, the ability to recover and bounce back) is a concept that was applied first to physics in order to assess the ability of certain materials to recover after being subject to extreme force. For some time resilience has also been discussed in psychological and sociological contexts in order to refer to people or human groups subjected to adversity or to a traumatic situation. Culture, in this sense, is a fundamental dimension of what might be called the art of resilience. A few months ago, Joan Clos, the former mayor of Barcelona and former Spanish Minister, in his current capacity as executive director of UN agency Habitat, announced the imminent opening in Barceona of the Office of the UN-Habitat City Resilience Profiling Programme. Hopefully, this new initiative will take into account the contribution to resilience that culture can bring about.

Eduard Miralles, Chair of the Board of the Interarts Foundation
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newsletter An Audiovisual Creation to Conclude the Balady Project newsletter
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newsletter interarts Can belly dance reflect the contradictions of our multiple identities? How do gender stereotypes affect our body? Can our bodies influence our political or social environment? These are some of the questions raised by the Balady project, which observes how gender roles and patterns affect our bodies through belly dance and cultural exchanges. This initiative launched by Emilie Vidal, Interarts, and Donia Maher, Hassala, is a collaboration that started in Autumn 2012 in the context of the Tandem/Shaml Programme of the European Cultural Foundation, MitOst, Al Mawred Al Thaqafy and Anadolu Kültür, with the support of the Robert Bosch Stiftung, DOEN Foundation and Mimeta. Based on workshops, experiences and interviews, an audiovisual piece has been produced and will be presented on 14-15 June in Berlin, together with other projects initiated in the context of the Tandem/Shaml Programme. Other screenings are foreseen in June, both in Egypt and in Spain. In Barcelona the film, in original version with English subtitles, will be premiered on 27 June at "La Bonne", the Centre de Cultura de Dones Francesca Bonnemaison, Barcelona; the event will be open to the general public and free of charge. Further information on the project's blog or by email: interarts@interarts.net. newsletter
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newsletter New EENC Study on the Valuation of Works of Art in the EU newsletter
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newsletter interarts A new report entitled The Valuation of Works of Art for Lending and Borrowing Purposes has recently been published on the website of the European Expert Network on Culture (EENC). Written by experts Cornelia Dümcke and Freda Matassa at the request of the European Commission, the study involved a broad consultation with museums, governments and curators, with the ultimate aim of facilitating the mobility of cultural collections in the EU. The final report includes a description of how financial valuation occurs, a summary of the views of relevant actors in this field, recommendations to foster the mobility of collections and a methodology for assessing the value of different types of cultural goods. The EENC is coordinated by Interarts and Culture Action Europe. newsletter
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newsletter Group Training on Cultural Entrepreneurship in Urabá, Colombia newsletter
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newsletter interarts In the framework of the FOMECC Programme, several group training sessions were carried out in May, aimed at cultural entrepreneurs in the Urabá region. The Casa de la Cultura de Arboletes hosted this activity, which served as a starting point for participants to begin to define their business idea from a sustainability perspective. The subjects addressed in May focused on policies and cultural legislation, cultural marketing, corporate identity, cultural networks and management and finance. With these subjects, the training programme initiated in April on areas such as design and advertising and identification and qualification of business ideas was completed. These activities were part of the FOMECC Colombia-Urabá project, currently developed by Interarts together with the Faculty of Arts of the University of Antioquia with the support of AECID. The aim of the project is to promote the emergence of dynamics of cultural change that affect the environment and contribute to addressing the factors which can engender violence. Further information. newsletter
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newsletter interarts On 2 May, Interarts' premises hosted a meeting of the Executive Committee of Culture Action Europe (CAE). The session was led by Interarts' director Mercedes Giovinazzo, who chairs the Committee, and, in addition to other Committee members, was also attended by CAE's Secretary General Luca Bergamo. To the meeting were also invited Eduard Miralles, President of the Board of Interarts, and Jordi Pascual, coordinator of the Committee on Culture of United Cities and Local Governments. During the meeting, perspectives for 2013 as well as the strategy and long-term mission of this large network of European cultural organisations were discussed. newsletter
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newsletter interarts From 8 to 10 May, the conference on local cultural policies Interacció 2013 took place in Barcelona. Organised by the Centre for Cultural Studies and Resources of the Diputació de Barcelona, the event sought to be a meeting space between representatives and culture professionals from both the public and the private sector. In this edition, Interarts took part in the project presentation section, disseminating the FOMECC Programme on Cultural and Creative Industries and its most recent tools: FomeccNet, an international network open to organisations sharing FOMECC's aims and interests, and FomeccBiz, a professional network targeted at entrepreneurs in the artistic and cultural sector, that will be launched soon. Interarts also participated in the final panel session, where its director Mercedes Giovinazzo and other speakers discussed the theme "Sustainability of Culture: Public Resources, Private Resources". newsletter
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newsletter The Hangzhou Congress Recommends to Place Culture in the Post-2015 Development Agenda newsletter
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newsletter The meeting organised by UNESCO from 15 to 17 May, in the Chinese city of Hangzhou, aimed to assess the role of culture in achieving the Millennium Development Goals at the same time as to lay the foundations for the inclusion of a specific goal focused on culture in the post-2015 UN development agenda, thus helping to support heritage, diversity, creativity and the transmission of knowledge. This is recognised in the Final Declaration of the Congress, a document which also incorporates participants' commitment to develop action plans and work to make this a reality. Interarts' director Mercedes Giovinazzo was one of the experts who participated in the meeting. newsletter
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newsletter Participation in the 14th General Meeting of the Spanish Network of the Anna Lindh Foundation newsletter
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newsletter interarts On 22 May, the 14th General Meeting of the Spanish Network of the Anna Lindh Foundation (RE-ALF), organised by the European Institute of the Mediterranean, as network coordinator, was held in Barcelona. The meeting was attended by over sixty cultural organisations from civil society. Among them was Eduard Miralles, president of Interarts and who sits on behalf of the organisation in RE-ALF's Executive Committee. Mercedes Giovinazzo, Interarts' director, also attended the meeting. Among the issues discussed was the elaboration of the Work Plan 2013-14 which includes the proposal of a joint action with the Moroccan network of ALF. Another activity foreseen for the next month is the launch of RE-ALF's online newsletter. newsletter
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newsletter Javier Brun, President of Pépiničres Européennes pour Jeunes Artistes newsletter
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newsletter Javier Brun has recently been appointed as president of the cultural organisation Pépiničres européennes pour jeunes artistes, a non-governmental network supporting artistic mobility that until now has supported over 800 artists. Javier Brun is culture at the City of Huesca, a member of the UNESCO Chair on Cultural Policies and Cooperation of the University of Girona and Vice-President of the Board of Interarts. He has also been director of various festivals and performing arts fairs. Throughout his professional experience he has been linked to the Executive Committee or Secretariat of different European networks, such as the European Forum of Cultural Networks and On The Move, among others. newsletter
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newsletter Participation in On The Move's General Assembly newsletter
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newsletter On 24 May, the city of Nantes, France, held the General Assembly of On The Move, that brought together fifteen member organisations, among them Interarts. The agenda of the meeting included issues such as the statement of accounts of 2012, the inclusion of new members and the economic and work proposals for 2013. In the framework of the Assembly, OTM members had the opportunity to participate in other activities such as meetings with culture professionals of Nantes and the attendance to the fifth edition of the World Forum on Human Rights. The Forum's central theme was "Sustainable Development - Human Rights: a common struggle". Members attended sessions of the Forum on 23 May, where economic models for a more human and fair world in times of crisis and the role of cultural rights as a factor of equality and sustainable development were discussed. newsletter
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newsletter New Protocol to Protect Economic, Social and Cultural Rights newsletter
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newsletter In early May, the Optional Protocol to the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights entered into force. This new international mechanism will enable people to report at the UN violations of their economic, social and cultural rights. A body of independent experts will examine complaints received and investigate, when necessary, and may ultimately request the State Party to respond for any breach of its commitments under the Covenant. Only citizens of countries that have ratified the Protocol will have recourse to it. Currently 10 countries have ratified it: Argentina, Bolivia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Ecuador, Slovakia, Spain, El Salvador, Mongolia, Portugal and Uruguay. A coalition of NGOs is carrying out a campaign to foster ratification among other countries. Further information. newsletter
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newsletter France: Cultural Exception in the Digital Era newsletter
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newsletter In recent weeks, the report prepared by Pierre Lescure was presented in France. Pierre Lescure is the former president and general director of Canal+ and the report was commissioned by the President of the Republic of France and the Minister of Culture and Communication, Aurélie Filippetti. The work aimed to re-think the concept of "cultural exception" in the current context of digitalisation in order to defend artists from illegal practices, to regulate financial aspects originated from these activities and to further generalise access to digital contents. Among the proposals included in the report is the establishment of a fee for smartphones and tablet computers or measures to increase the legal offer of audiovisual contents, ensuring that productions may be available online shortly after their release in cinemas. newsletter
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newsletter 6th World Summit on Arts and Culture: Call for Bursaries newsletter
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newsletter The National Council of Culture and Arts of Chile and the International Federation of Arts Councils and Culture Agencies (IFACCA) are preparing the sixth edition of the World Summit on Arts and Culture, which will take place in January 2014. In order to enable the participation of delegates from developing countries, a call to receive assistance to cover the costs of registration, travel and/or accommodation has been launched. Those interested can apply for support though the online form until 7 June 2013. Bursary awards will be announced in late August 2013. newsletter
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newsletter Public Consultation on Artists' Mobility and Visas: Last Days newsletter
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newsletter interarts The European Commission's DG Home Affairs is currently revising the EU visa code and has opened a public online consultation to improve the procedures for obtaining short-stay 'Schengen' visas. The consultation will remain open until 17 June and is available in English, French, Spanish and Portuguese as well as in other languages such as Arab, Chinese, Russian and Turkish, although answers are valid only in one of the European Union languages. In this context, the On The Move (OTM) network is fostering the importance of highlighting visa problems faced by artists and culture professionals when willing to enter the Schengen area, the space of free circulation of citizens from the European countries that have signed the Schengen regulation. Having the largest number of experiences is fundamental to further develop a series of proposals in order to make mobility easier by improving procedures. newsletter
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newsletter Support for Cultural Cooperation Egypt-Europe newsletter
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newsletter The European Union's Delegation in Egypt has recently published the call for proposals 2013 to support cultural projects. This time the main objective is to strengthen the capacities of Egyptian cultural operators, with a special focus on young talents, and to contribute to the diversity of cultural creation and the use of culture as a tool for sustainable development, especially at the local level. The call is aimed at organisations legally based in Egypt. Organisations from other countries may participate as partners. The deadline to submit proposals is 30 June 2013. Further information. newsletter
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newsletter The Euroregion Pyrenees-Mediterranean has launched the call for project grants Cultura 2013. The aim of this initiative is to foster structural cultural cooperation, to strengthen and expand existing partnerships, to make cultural diversity of its territory visible and to make of this region a reference point in terms of artistic creativity. The call is open to projects in any artistic discipline and expression, and partnerships must involve organisations based in at least three of the four regions of Euroregion Pyrenees-Mediterranean: Catalonia, Balearic Islands, Languedoc-Roussillon and Midi-Pyrenees. Those interested may submit their proposals until 12 July 2013. Information and guidelines. newsletter
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newsletter Support to Cultural Projects of the Norwegian Embassy in Madrid newsletter
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newsletter The Royal Norwegian Embassy in Madrid has launched a call for proposals for the programme "Cultural Diversity and Cultural Exchange". The aim of the programme is to promote a greater understanding of cultural diversity and to stimulate cultural cooperation between cultural organisations and cultural actors in Spain and the three Donor States within the European Economic Area (Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein). The program supports two types of projects: the first category of support is for projects stimulating cooperation across national borders between cultural bodies in the field of contemporary art and culture and the second category of support is for cultural players wishing to develop their international networks. The deadline to submit proposals is 16 June 2013. Further information. newsletter
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newsletter Postgraduate Studies in Applied Theatre for Social Impact newsletter
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newsletter Organised jointly by Barcelona's Institut del Teatre and 'transFORMAS performing arts and transformation', this course is based on the concept of applied theatre as an instrument for social and community change, which can effectively address problems faced by vulnerable groups. Its programme includes examples of experiences in this field. Aimed at theatre professionals and all those working to assist people with social difficulties such as psychologists, social workers, teachers, etc.., the course will start in October 2013 and will last for one year. Registration is open until 13 September. Further information. newsletter
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newsletter Berlin University of the Arts: Summer School 2013 newsletter
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newsletter The Berlin University of the Arts (UDK in its German acronym) has presented its summer programme 2013, that will be held from 15 July to 13 October and include a wide spectrum of courses in the performing arts, visual arts and music though both lectures and academic and experimental workshops. This Summer University is also supported by creative entrepreneurship seminars, where relevant international lecturers will give courses on networking and communication, marketing, finance and organisation and arts management, among other issues. Further information about the courses.

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newsletter Project on Independent Cultural Spaces and Managers Exchange newsletter
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newsletter interarts The association 2čme Lieu, a French organisation that seeks to promote independent cultural spaces and exchange between cultural managers, launched in late 2012 an audiovisual project that involves visits to this kind of spaces in Colombia, Peru, Bolivia and Argentina and interviews to their cultural managers. The result is a series of videos where interviewees give their opinions on some key questions in cultural management: vocation, sustainability, organisation, communication, integration in the local scene, difficulties and challenges ... So far, 17 independent cultural spaces have been visited and in its website the first videos are already available. The organisation invites those interested to follow the publication of new videos. newsletter
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newsletter Touring Artists: German Information Portal for Artists newsletter
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newsletter The Internationale Gesellschaft der Bildenden Künste (IGBK) and the German Center of the International Theatre Institute (ITI) have launched the "Touring Artists" project. The website provides useful information on visas, residencies, transport, customs, taxes, legislation, social insurance, funding, international exchange programmes, etc. It is addressed to artists who work temporarily in Germany or who live in this country and who work abroad for a limited time. The portal is focused on performing arts and visual arts and is available in English and German. newsletter
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newsletter Knowing All Audiences. What Images are Associated with Museums? newsletter
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newsletter The Publications Unit of the General Technical Secretariat of the Spanish Ministry of Education, Culture and Sports has recently published the study "Knowing All Audiences. What Images are Associated with Museums?", elaborated by the 'Permanent Laboratory on Museum Audiences'. The report resulted from an investigation conducted to know the main characteristics of the public visiting state museums, which generated further reflection on the segments of the population who do not visit these facilities. The combination of these questions led to a deeper work on visitors and non-visitors' perception of museums, the results of which are presented in this publication.. newsletter
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newsletter encatcSCHOLAR: New Publication on Arts Education and Cultural Management newsletter
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newsletter Recently ENCATC has launched a new online publication entitled "encatcSCHOLAR", that aims to be a unique tool for education and lifelong learning on arts and cultural management and policy. Addressed to researchers, scholars, students and cultural operators, the new publication will offer in each issue articles, exclusive interviews, reports, case studies, etc. always with the purpose to make up-dated content available and to encourage discussion and participation of users. In its first issue, encatcSCHOLAR includes, among other information, an article on innovative Finnish teaching experiences in cultural management. newsletter
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newsletter ''Making culture accessible'' in Digital Format newsletter
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newsletter interarts In 2010, the Council of Europe published the book "Making Culture Accessible: Access, participation and cultural provision in the context of cultural rights in Europe" by Annamari Laaksonen, researcher in cultural rights, currently research manager at IFACCA and at the time project coordinator at Interarts. The book, which includes the legal and policy frameworks regarding access and participation in cultural life in Europe, the existing offer in this field and cultural rights, was one of the recommended readings for the recent Council of Europe Conference of Ministers held in Moscow last April. The publication in English is currently available in digital format. newsletter
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newsletter Videos on International Cooperation and Cultural Diversity newsletter
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newsletter In December 2011, organised by the Observatory of Cultural Policies, the first Augustin Girard/René Rizzardo Meeting took place, focusing on international cooperation and cultural diversity. The meeting, that gathered relevant international speakers, included workshops and round tables and sought to present reflections on the relationship between cultural and social problems and cultural policies in the current context of globalisation. Recently the Observatory has published on its website a series of videos that gathers key moments of these two days of debate and reflection. newsletter
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newsletter Poličdrica: Collaborative Practices and Mediation from Culture and the Arts newsletter
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newsletter The Centre d'Art de Tarragona and Sinapsis, together with a group of editors on culture have recently launched a project Poličdrica. It is an online space that seeks to facilitate the dissemination and self-learning in the area of collaborative artistic policies and practices, with a special focus on cultural mediation and the generation of social value. The website provides information in the form of a database on different topics and frequently up-dated: publications, articles, videos, etc. Items are grouped under thematic itineraries. In Poličdrica users can find information on numerous areas: cultural policy and management, visual arts, performing arts, dance, music, theatre, audiovisual production, architecture, urban planning, etc. Twitter: @poliedrica_cat. newsletter
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newsletter Study on Decentralised Cooperation newsletter
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newsletter Recently the European Commission has published on its website the study "Capitalisation of European experiences of decentralised cooperation", prepared by Marga Barceló, Katia Rebowska and Agustín Fernández de Losada; the latter as team leader. The report seeks to provide an analysis of financial instruments of the Commission in the field of decentralised cooperation and provide an overview of the main strategies of the EU and its Member States in this field. The research led by Fernández de Losada was focused on good practices. The work, available in Spanish, English, French and German, includes recommendations to the European Commission to improve the added value of future EU initiatives. newsletter
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newsletter In the context of the European Year of Intercultural Dialogue 2008, the Platform for Intercultural Europe launched Panorama, an inventory of resources on intercultural dialogue and related issues. It was originally conceived to provide people with tools for the implementation of PIE's manifesto "The Rainbow Paper. Intercultural Dialogue from Practice to Policy and Back". The website presents a range of publications ranging from official documents, articles, project descriptions, events and viewpoints to books. The Platform has recently updated this information by including new resources and overhauling the old content and has also improved the website's user-friendliness. newsletter
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newsletter 1st International Conference on Public Policy (Grenoble, France, 26-28 June 2013) newsletter
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newsletter The first edition of the International Conference on Public Policy will take place from 26 to 28 June, in Grenoble, France. The aim of this conference is to bring together researchers from all over the world with an interest on public policy, to reinforce the exchanges between them and to participate in the updated production of knowledge. The extensive meeting agenda includes cultural aspects both in one plenary session aimed to discuss the state of the arts from a variety of approaches and in one of its panels "Identity, culture and policy" where, among other issues, challenges of cultural policies, multiculturalism and cultural dimension of the governance will be analysed. The Conference is supported by six Research Committees of the International Political Science Association that work on different aspects of public policies, and by the European Consortium for Political Research and the Public Policy Section of the American Political Science Association. newsletter
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newsletter 12th International Conference on Arts and Cultural Management - AIMAC 2013 (Bogota, Colombia, 26-29 June 2013) newsletter
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newsletter interarts The Universidad de los Andes, in Bogotá, Colombia, from 26 to 29 June will hold the 12th International Conference on Arts and Cultural Management, organised by the School of Management of this University and the International Association of Arts and Cultural Management (AIMAC). This is the first time that the conference will take place in Latin America. Researchers from around the world will present their studies and will have the opportunity to learn about the progress made by their colleagues and share experiences on the impact of the activities of the cultural and arts sector in the economic, social, environmental, educational, etc. areas. The AIMAC 2013 conference is supported by Colombia's National Bank and the British Council, among others. newsletter
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newsletter International Conference ''Childhood and Public Space: Arts, Education and Urban Design'' (Barcelona, 6-7 July 2013) newsletter
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newsletter The Teachers Association Rosa Sensat and Urbanitas Berlin-Barcelona are organising from 6 to 7 July in Barcelona the international conference "Childhood and Public Space: a dialogue between the Arts, Education and Urban Design". The objective of the conference is to re-think the city from the culture of childhood approach; re-think the city as a social, material and cultural space. Professionals from areas such as architecture, urban planning, arts education and social sciences will gather to think in a cross-cutting way about the methods for the ownership of the environment used by children and about artistic pedagogies and practices. Information and registration. newsletter
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newsletter Sant Boi de Llobregat, Barcelona, 13-15 June 2013. See Cyberkaris 124, May 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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