Cultural Domains:
UNESCO Priorities:
Funds Allocated:
US$ 67 268.00
Beneficiary countries:
Applicant:
Acte Sept
Start date
Apr 2011
End date
Apr 2012

About the project:

The project "Acte Sept" aims to carry out a series of training and communication initiatives to promote a better understanding of the 2005 by all relevant stakeholders in Mali. The project is expected to contribute to the implementation of the Convention and the development of a regional cultural policy.

Results:

  • Translated the UNESCO 2005 Convention into the local language Bamanankan.
  • Created a national Malian coalition and nine regional coalitions for cultural diversity to promote networking opportunities and increase the awareness about the 2005 Convention among representatives of public authorities.

Promoting the 2005 Convention

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Project implementation period: 
2011 to 2012
About the project: 

The project "Acte Sept" aims to carry out a series of training and communication initiatives to promote a better understanding of the 2005 by all relevant stakeholders in Mali. The project is expected to contribute to the implementation of the Convention and the development of a regional cultural policy.

Beneficiary countries: 
Mali
Country of applicant: 
Mali
UNESCO Priorities: 
Funds allocated (in USD): 
USD67268.00
Sections: 
Title of the section: 
Main activities:
Short Description: 
  • Translating the 2005 Convention into local languages;
  • Identifying cultural actors and stakeholders to be involved in the project;
  • Organizing public readings of the Convention, followed by debates, as well as workshops in eight regions of Mali;
  • Producing and distributing a directory of cultural organizations;
  • Initiating the development of a regional cultural policy;
  • Creating a website to inform, educate and increase public awareness of the 2005 Convention.
Position: 
Bottom Right
Style: 
highlighted
Organization: 
Acte Sept
Family name: 
Traore
Given name: 
Adama
Position: 
President
Year of application: 
2010
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Results: 
  • Translated the UNESCO 2005 Convention into the local language Bamanankan.
  • Created a national Malian coalition and nine regional coalitions for cultural diversity to promote networking opportunities and increase the awareness about the 2005 Convention among representatives of public authorities.