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Christoph Pelzer posted Information 2 February 2011

A Workshop organised by EuropeAid on "Cultural Heritage and Socio-Economic Development" will take place in the Ecole du Patrimoine Africain (EPA, School of African Heritage) in Porto Novo, Republic of Benin from February 7 to 10, 2011.

Suhair Muhye Al Deen posted Information 2 April 2015
Group: Medculture

Do you have a proposal that will use street theatre to challenge racism and discrimination in your society?

Katri Maenpaa posted Information 29 June 2012

MOVIEMED

   

Countries: Spain, Morocco, Tunisia, Egypt, Lebanon and France

Project initiated in: 2009

Presented by: Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Marseille, Provence

Pietro De Matteis created a new WIKI page 27 November 2017

"Public Diplomacy refers to the process whereby a country [or an entity] seeks to build trust and understanding by engaging with a broader foreign public beyond the governmental relations that, customarily, have been the focu

Christoph Pelzer posted Information 20 September 2010

The European Voice has published an article on cultural cooperation under the title "Development's hidden component" on its website:

Christoph Pelzer posted Information 10 March 2010

The current Spanish EU presidency is preparing, together with the European Commission, an important event on culture and development.

Here ist a description from the website:

http://www.culturaydesarrollo2010.es/

Chrystelle Lucas created a new WIKI page 15 April 2014
Group: Medculture

About Med Culture

Philippe Peyredieu du Charlat posted Information 17 August 2011

Dear All,

By preserving and strengthening the diversity of material heritage, its professional activities and its actors' know-how:

1) we create sustainable conditions for: 

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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