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New regional programmes to support media, culture and private sector development in the Southern Mediterranean

European Commission

New regional programmes to support media, culture and private sector development in the Southern Mediterranean

The European Union has today approved two new programmes for the South Mediterranean region aiming at contributing to an inclusive growth and reinforcing the sectors of media and culture as vectors of development.

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Report More Europe debate Amsterdam

Tsveta Andreeva, European Cultural Foundation, for More Europe

 
Report of the More Europe debate in Amsterdam which took place on September 19th, 2012, under the title "Beyond markets: culture and creative industries in the EU’s external relations".

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Raymond Georis Inaugural Lecture "More Europe – and the role of foundations"

Gottfried Wagner

Speech by Gottfried Wagner, for the Inaugural Raymond Georis Lecture, "More Europe - and the role of foundations".

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More Cultural Europe in the World

Damien Helly for More Europe

 
The study commissionned by More Europe - external cultural relations and conducted by Damien Helly, visiting professor at the College of Europe, throughout 2011.

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Culture et identité Européenne

Xavier Darcos

Speech delivered by M. Xavier Darcos, President of the Institut français, at the More Europe seminar in Paris on the 23rd of May 2012, addressing the role of culture in the European Union's external relations.

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Peace Counts on Tour

ifa / More Europe

More Europe and its partners examine external cultural relations best practices.
 
Peace Counts on Tour is an international programme combining exhibition, educational seminars and journalism in a unique way. The knowledge about solutions for peace collected worldwide is made available in conflict regions with partners like teachers, media representatives and non-governmental organisations who act as multipliers.

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Conflict resolution through cultural and civil society initiatives? Setting the right framework

Dietrich Heißenbüttel / ifa

A report on ifa's expert seminar “Conflict resolution through cultural and civil society initiatives? Setting the framework right” which took place on December 7, 2011 at the State Representation of Baden-Württemberg to the EU, in Brussels. Written by Dietrich Heißenbüttel, journalist and art critic.

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New opportunities for external relations – nurturing cultural exchange and economic development through the creative economy

Andrew Senior

Input paper for the MORE EUROPE Amsterdam debate on culture and creative industries in the EU's external relations, by Andrew Senior, speaker on the first panel "How can culture and creative industries foster cultural diplomacy and cultural relations?".

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Let's see... Let's choose... Let's change...

ifa / More Europe

More Europe and its partners examine external cultural relations best practices.
 
Let's see... Let's choose... Let's change... encourages young people to use their creative and intellectual potential to achieve better understanding of all parties and promote non-violent problem solving.

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Memorial Forum for Anfal Surviving Women

ifa / More Europe

More Europe and its partners examine external cultural relations best practices.

The Anfal Memory Forum Project is a project engaging women "Anfal" survivors in a public debate over how to deal with the past, ultimately aiming at creating a self-designed and self-administered memorial site to represent their specific experiences as women during and after Anfal.

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