Five of the European Union Prize for Literature winning authors are supported by the Cultural Diplomacy Platform to participate at the New Delhi World Book Fair from 6 to 14 January 2018. Here is a little bit more about them: Who is Selja Ahava? Selja Ahava is a script and a novel writer from Finland. Her novel … 6-14/01/2018 five awards-winning European authors at New Delhi Book Fair
The European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018 (EYCH2018) has been officially and successfully launched last 7 December in Milan, during the European Culture Forum. European Commissioner for Education and Culture Tibor Navracsics, European Parliament President Antonio Tajani, the Ministers of Culture of Italy and Estonia, Dario Franceschini and Indrek Saar. The event hosted around 800 … European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018
On 14 December 2017, UNESCO released its brand new report “Re-shaping Cultural Policies: advancing creativity for Development” from the Global Report series. Every year since the adoption of the 2005 Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions, UNESCO publishes an updated annual report on cultural policy research, informs on cultural … UNESCO 2018 Global Report
From the 6 to the 7 of January 2018, the New Delhi World book Fair (NDWBF) will take place at the Pragati Maidan, New Delhi. For this year’s edition, the European Union will be the guest of honor of the NDWBF. Rich variety of European books, professional and sectoral forums and seminars, cultural events and literature discussions … 06-14/01/2018 The New Delhi World Book Fair 2018
The European Network on Cultural Management and Policy (ENCATC) has published, on 10 December 2017, a paper entitled “Foreign cultural policy in processes of transformation: perceptions of German-Tunisian cultural exchange”. Written by Meike Lettau and Caroline Knoblich from the University of Hildesheim, this paper investigates the German foreign cultural policy and more specifically the engagement … Foreign cultural policy in processes of transformation: Gernan-Tunisian case.
The European Network on Cultural Management and Policy (ENCATC) has published, on 10 December 2017, a paper entitled “Cultural capital schemes in Asia: mirroring Europe or carving out their own concepts?”. Written by David Ocón from the School of Technology of the Arts in Singapore, this paper seeks to examine the capitals of culture patterns … Cultural capital schemes in Asia
To answer these questions, part of the Cultural Diplomacy Platform team will participate to the European Culture Forum from the 7th to the 8th December in Milan, Italy. For the first time happenning outside of Brussels, the European Culture Forum is a biennal event organised by the European Commission to “raise the profile of European … 07-08/12/2017 European Culture Forum 2017, Milan, Italy