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UNESCO invites UNESCO Chairs to express their interest in contributing to the first edition of the Global Report on Cultural Policies and thereby amplify the transformative power of culture for sustainable development!
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade has commissioned research among Māori to prepare for what is being seen as the inevitable need for people from the Pacific to relocate to New Zealand due to climate change.
CTA Paris 2024, organised in partnership with Beaux Arts, aims to showcase prestigious venues and unveil hidden cultural gems in Paris. Over 250 international cultural leaders from the visual and performing arts, as well as heritage sectors, will come together to exchange ideas, address challenges, and collaboratively seek solutions.
El 2 de febrero, Audrey Azoulay, directora general de la UNESCO, comunicó al presidente Pedro Sánchez en La Moncloa que se eligió Barcelona para ser la sede de la tercera Conferencia Mundial sobre Políticas Culturales y Desarrollo Sostenible Mondiacult, que se celebrará durante el segundo semestre del año 2025.
The Yale Institute for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage (IPCH) will host its inaugural physical gathering, aimed at supporting museums and cultural enterprises across Africa, from Tuesday to Friday at the Radisson Red Hotel in Rosebank, Johannesburg.
Audrey Azoulay, Director-General of UNESCO, announced on Friday to Pedro Sanchez, President of the Spanish government, her decision to entrust Spain with the organization of the next edition of MONDIACULT, the international forum for ministers of culture. The event will be held in Barcelona during the second semester of 2025.