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EUNIC General Assembly votes for new Board of Directors
EUNIC members met in their first online General Assembly on 29 and 30 October 2020. They elected a new Board of Directors, exchanged on EUNIC’s partnership with the EU as well as on Associate Membership and approved the establishment of new EUNIC clusters. EUNIC now counts 125 clusters worldwide.
EUNIC DX/AI week 16-19 November 2020: How digital transformation and artificial intelligence challenge cultural relations
Digital transformation has accelerated rapidly in recent years. The spread of Covid-19 has given it an enormous boost, and cultural and educational institutions had to react swiftly to adapt. What are the opportunities of artificial intelligence for culture and education? And the potential risks? What role does Europe play in all these technological developments? What does this mean for cultural relations?
EUNIC Public Online Debate: Culture and the Sustainable Development Goals: Where Are We Now?
With only ten years left to realise the goals of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, the value of arts and culture for the achievement of the SDGs could be better understood, evidenced and embedded in policy and practice. In this event, we will discuss the cultural dimension of sustainable development and how the goals can serve the cultural sector at home and abroad. How can policy makers, public bodies and the cultural sector work together on cultural policies and programmes that contribute to the SDGs?
New EUNIC brochure gives insights into EUNIC’s cultural relations work worldwide
What projects is EUNIC putting in place on the ground? How is EUNIC’s work beneficial to individuals and organisations who engage with the network in our partner countries around the world? What will cultural relations work look like tomorrow? The new EUNIC brochure gives answers to these questions.
Finding new models for doing cultural exchange
What does good cultural relations work look like today? How can cultural relations work be fair? As jury members, Yemisi Mokuolu and Kateryna Botanova were tasked with finding the best pilot projects in the European Spaces of Culture programme. In a conversation with EUNIC Director Gitte Zschoch they discuss the value and role of European cultural relations today.
“This is not the time to invest less in culture, but rather more.”
How can the cultural relations sector combat the negative effects of the corona pandemic? How can advocacy for culture in foreign policy be strengthened? In a EUNIC Talk about “Cultural Relations and Covid-19”, held on 15 July 2020, cultural managers from five different countries engaged in a discussion with representatives from EU institutions and the sector.