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Dan Sobovitz uploaded a new Document 18 December 2013

Culture et création : facteurs de développement

Avril 2009

Marc LINTS started a Debate 13 June 2017

8 top tips for crowdfunding success

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Brussels UNESCO posted Information 23 November 2016
Group: UNESCO

 

For the past four years Jean-Baptiste Fauvel has been working in the European Union (EU) Delegation to Burkina Faso as an Energy Programme Manager. Yet he first came to the attention of capacity4dev.eu as one of the winners of last year’s photo competition. A keen observer of the people he works among, he spends his time outside the office researching their languages and context, and building friendships and trust. In doing so, he has uncovered a remarkable story, the little-known history of a community living in the north of Burkina Faso.
Marc LINTS posted Information 8 May 2019

Before the International Colloquium "Culture for the Future", to which
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Creative industries' professionals from all regions of the world join the European Commission to define innovative and participatory ways contributing to build together a better future.

Marc LINTS uploaded a new Document 19 March 2017

Projet de Réseau Euro-ACP de Fondations pour le Patrimoine

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9 December 2009

Connect people around the culture in development cooperation debate

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Andrea Valentini created a new WIKI page 22 January 2016

The purpose of this Capacity4Dev page on Culture in Development Cooperation is to explore the role that culture plays to bring about social and economic development at individual, community, local and policy level.

Capacity4dev Team posted Information 5 September 2012

Welcome to the group!  In this video, Katri Maenpaa of the British Council introduces the group and encourages you to get involved.

 

indigenous woman working land
Indigenous peoples make up 5% of the global population, yet they account for 15% of the extreme poor. This is down to historical subjugation, but also ongoing discrimination – especially when it comes to rights over land and resources. The 2030 Agenda presents opportunities to close the gap and learn from shortcomings of the Millennium Development Goals, as well as to learn from indigenous peoples on matters from community resilience to natural resource management.

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