The Cultural Cooperation Programs, through Ibero-American integration, seek to strengthen the public policies of the cultural industries in Argentina. Also, they are based on Technical and Financial Cooperation to give a greater and better response to the needs of the cultural industries.
Argentina is one of the main promoters of Ibero-American Cooperation in the region. Its commitment, through the Ministry of Culture, to the Programs and Initiatives is reflected in its high participation in the Ibero-American Cultural Space. Likewise, it hosts several Technical Units and it chairs several committees. These commitments reinforce the great contribution of Argentina to strengthen the Ibero-American Community.
Among its objectives, the Cultural Cooperation Programs, which are carried out by the Ministry of Culture together with the Decentralized Organizations, seek to promote the fundamental values, principles and ideas based on solidarity and respect for individual and national freedoms, and take on the challenges of the 2030 Agenda, in line with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) as their own.
The types of entities engaged in the implementation of the policy / measure correspond to the public sector and NGOs.
Argentina is convinced that the different political, economic, social and cultural realities that make up our region strengthen us as a community committed to its diversity. They also grant us numerous tools that, based on solidarity and cooperation, enable us to continue working towards more inclusive, more plural and more open societies.
Argentina's active participation in the Ibero-American Cultural Programs highlights the value that Argentina places on culture.
In recent years, the Programs and Initiatives involving cultural cooperation have conducted international calls to facilitate inclusion, participation and training of the various sectors of the local and Ibero-American civil society. They have also held meetings, workshops, festivals and developed co-productions, preservation activities and digitization of archives, among other initiatives.
In this sense, the Cultural Cooperation Programs have achieved improvements when it comes to positioning culture as an axis across development, strengthening dialogue and joint work, both at the national level and among Latin American countries. They have enabled the promotion and cooperation across cultural industries, in terms of economy, society and community, as well as the promotion of artistic, archival and museum manifestations in Argentina. Likewise, they have collaborated in the inclusion of migration issues and problems in the cultural arena, thus becoming a valuable tool that accounts for the active role of the Argentine culture in the Ibero-American Cultural space.
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Ibero-American countries and SEGIB