This study exposes the cultural diversity in Tunisia, its nature, its components, its characteristics, its specificities and demonstrates the great potential that it represents for the intercultural dialogue for the Maghreb countries with each other and with their neighbors.
The symposium is a collaboration between three diverse Italian migration organisations - a welfare and cultural agency, a tertiary institute and a museum - each deeply connected with the community, institutions and culture of a cosmopolitan city which is also iconic of the Italian migrant and diasporic experience.
The Symposium - the first international conference of its kind - brings together researchers and practitioners from Australia, the United States, Italy and other locations to explore the vicissitudes of Italians and Italian identity in the transcultural spaces defined by mobility.
This publication includes insights, reflections and learning points from the process, and includes a description of the 30 pilot projects carried out in Italian, Dutch, Spanish and Hungarian muséums, the main goal of developing the potential of muséums as places of intercultural dialogue and promoting more active engagement with the communities they serve.
It grew out of the European project Museums as Places for Intercultural Dialogue (MAP for ID)
The Cross-Continental Cooperation Summit of 2017-18 will be a culmination of 25 events taking place across the globe. The Cross-Continental Cooperation Summit of 2017-18 will be a culmination of 25 events taking place across the globe.
The section on culture: ASEF promotes various forms of cultural cooperation between Asia and Europe, including policy dialogue, bi-regional networks and artistic collaborations. It fosters sustainable partnerships between Asian and European arts organisations, while also facilitating dialogue between the arts sector and government agencies responsible for culture.
The institute combines teaching, scholarship and outreach to facilitate interreligious dialogue and understanding. They have professional trainings for those working in the following areas:
- Civil Service
- Corporate profession
An annual report from the Institute of Cultural Diplomacy. It focuses on the work of its academic department, the Academy for Cultural Diplomacy.
The Commission on Religion and Belief in British Public life was convened in 2013 by the Woolf Institute, which promotes the multidisciplinary study of relationships between Christians, Jews and Muslims.
The activity was able to surface narratives on commonalities and uniqueness of the Higaonon and Subanen tribes in relation to their customs and tradition; IP governance; leadership and preservation and management of their rich natural resources.
The Woof Institute is developing Summer School opportunities that will launch in summer 2019. The primary aim of the summer school is to offer a programme of study for students that will draw on the research and teaching expertise of staff and doctoral students at the Woolf Institute, as well as teaching staff of the University of Cambridge.
The summer school aims to increase tolerance and interdependence through the design of a curriculum and a learning environment conducive to academic study and fostering understanding of the diversity of beliefs, attitudes and perspectives. Woolf Institute Summer School will offer courses related to three themes: Region, Migration and Society.