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The Cultural Council is serious about the misconduct of the cultural sphere. It is completely unacceptable. We must intensify work on gender equality. It is about power relationships, attitudes and stereotypical gender roles.
The United Kingdom’s exit from the European Union is fundamentally changing its relationships with the countries of the EU, and with the rest of the world. But which languages will be most important for the UK? And how well is the UK equipped to meet the current and future language need? The British Council's Alice Campbell-Cree, who edited the Languages for the Future report, summarises.
On October 30, the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has begun its 39th Conference in Paris, France. The focus of the group is promoting a world of peace and tolerance based on cooperation and multilateralism, with the cooperation of the member nations.
The Europan Cultural Foundation is seeking a strong, energetic and creative leader, with a European, philanthropic mindset. An inspirational, daring manager with excellent communications skills, who is not afraid to make choices, sets out a clear direction for the organisation, and is hands on in ‘making it happen’.
The Arts Council of Northern Ireland has announced National Lottery funding and public funding from the Public Health Agency, of over £192,000, for 19 organisations across the region to deliver community-based arts projects benefitting older people. The funding is part of the Arts Council's Arts and Older People’s Programme, a pioneering initiative which aims to promote positive mental health and well-being among older people through engagement with the arts whilst tackling issues of loneliness and isolation.
Luxembourg's second largest city, Esch-sur-Alzette, has been officially named the European Capital of Culture in 2022.