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Paulo Speller, psicólogo y doctor en Ciencia Política y actual Secretario de Educación Superior brasileño, asume la Secretaría General de la Organización de Estados Iberoamericanos (OEI) para el periodo 2015-2018.
On August, 18th 2014 we got the bad news that On the Move (OTM) is not one of the networks selected for Creative Europe funding by the European Commission.
Despite promises to leave no one behind, the UN drafting committee has little to say about halting threats to their survival.
Recent events in Syria, Iraq, Libya and Mali have highlighted the multiple threats to cultural heritage during crisis, including deliberate attacks, destruction as collateral damage in fighting, the greed of unscrupulous traders and collectors, vandalism of factions that seek to erase the achievements of past cultures.
The special edition of the Report focuses on creative economy at the local level in developing countries. It is co-published by UNESCO and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) through the UN Office for South South Co-operation. The Report is organized in two volumes: a policy report and a web-documentary that brings to life cases and trends, and opportunities and challenges of creative economy on the ground.
The results of the Second Periodic Report on the State of World Heritage in Latin America and the Caribbean were presented at the 37th session of the World Heritage Committee held in Phnom Penh (Cambodia), in June 2013.