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The Head of Greece's Liaison Office to Macedonia Alexandra Papadopoulou walked out of a conference on Friday on topic "Culture and Audio-Visual Communications Vector of Peace and European Future in SEE Countries", thus protesting the use of country's constitutional name.
Macedonian artist and humanitarian Zivko Popovski-Cvetin received a nomination for the 2009 Nobel Peace Prize. Popovski-Cvetin won the honour for his "Peace Flower" project, for which he drew and donated flower-motif paintings for over 30 years. So far, he has donated about 30,000 paintings.
What do we, in fact, talk about when we talk about interculturalism? What do we refer to when, more and more often and with an ever greater eagerness, or even casually, we use (or even abuse) this ambiguous, powerful, strongly superfluous culturological term, a term which, since the end of the 1960s, has in an imposing manner grown into a respectable methodological category?
The Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Macedonia recently launched its new website.