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A lo largo de las ltimas dcadas, la UNESCO ha profundizado en la idea de que, en un modelo deseable de desarrollo, la Cultura ocupa un lugar central. No solamente porque es un vector que fomenta el desarrollo, sino que adems es una referencia que orienta el modo en que se disean las sociedades.
In 2012 the Culture Fund of Zimbabwe Trust enterred into a programme partnership with the UNDP Dialogue Financing Facility (DFF) on the My Zimbabwe Story project. The project aimed to incorporate the cultural sphere into a broad-based framework of UNDP (DFF) partners by creating an interactive platform for creation, presentation and dialoguing on Zimbabwean experiences and aspirations.
The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and the European Union have today announced they will strengthen their cooperation and scale up their joint operations on areas of mutual interest, such as education, culture, science and technology, water and oceans, and freedom of expression.
Union Minister Shashi Tharoor on Thursday said literature can bring down violence in todays world as reading and writing broadens minds.
Nina Obuljen, researcher at IRMO and member of the Culturelink Team, participated at the ECOSOC breakfast discussion hosted by Irina Bokova, Director General of UNESCO. Following Culturelink's longterm commitment to research and reflection on culture and development, in her intervention Nina Obuljen highlighted three important aspects of the potential of culture for promoting sustainable development.
In an informal meeting held in Vilnius, Lithuania, EU Ministers for Culture and Audiovisual Affairs made a statement on proactive cultural policies to maintain culture as an agent for economic growth and social cohesion. EU Ministers invite policy makers in other sectors to open up ways for a better and more effective application of cultural and creative sector inputs, taking into account national challenges and specificities.