Programme Interculturality and Inclusion of Migrants

Where
Chile
When
2016
Who
National Council for Culture and Arts
Key objectives of the measure:

The CNCA has developed the "Programme Interculturality and Inclusion of Migrants"[1] directed at migrant minorities, which aims to make visible cultural expressions of migrants and promote that the population of the country can know them. This Programme enables citizens of regions with a high percentage of migrant population can access the cultural offerings of organizations that address issues of interculturality, in order to assess their cultural expressions. Similarly, for the first time it extended to these communities the traditional "Rock Schools Programme", in its "Rock Schools Migrants"[2] version.


[1] This Programme is linked to the Articles 2.1 and 2.3 of the 2005 Convention.

[2] See http://www.cultura.gob.cl/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/bases-postulacion-escuelas-rock-migrantes.pdf

 

Scope of the measure:
Local, Regional, National
Nature of the measure:
financial, institutional
Main feature of the measure:

The Programme aims to make visible the cultural expressions of migrants in Chile, valuing the contribution they make to the construction of identities in Chile. Currently, the program works in 7 regions of the country (Arica and Parinacota, Tarapaca, Antofagasta, Coquimbo, Metropolitan Region, La Araucania and Magallanes), delivering related to capacity building for intercultural services, its promotion and public access migrant activities.Among the program areas are:

  • Dissemination of migrants shares through a Cultural Billboard Migrants.
  • Access to the school population to the migrant issue, through visits by artists to schools and public high schools.
  • Generation of knowledge in the migrant issue, through the development of seminars.
 
Results expected through the implementation of the measure:

The Programme seeks to preserve the traditions of migrants who have moved to Chile with all its cultural wealth, through a series of actions to make visible the contribution of these communities to the cultural development of the country.

Financial resources allocated to implement the measure:

Information no available.

Goal(s) of UNESCO's 2005 Convention
Cultural Domain(s)
Multi-domain
Cultural Value Chain
Creation
Participation