Gijs de Vries is a Senior Visiting Fellow at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). The article is based on his paper Cultural Freedom in European Foreign Policy (Stuttgart: Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen, 2019
This is the new project site for the creole cultures from the Carribean to the Indian Ocean, in the perspective of a common candidacy of the Creole nations of CREOLE CULTURE at the World Intangible Heritage of UNESCO.
At the beginning of June, the European Commission adopted a communication entitled ‘Towards an EU strategy for international cultural relations’, which aims at enhancing the consistency of the EU’s cultural action abroad, including its development policies.
Four decades on from the first Habitat Conference on housing and human settlements, the economic, political, and social dimensions of development have all been acknowledged and, to a greater or lesser ext