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  • (Re)generating trust #2: Youth mobility to end racism

    In this second episode of the miniseries (Re)generating trust, focusing on youth and culture, features Nicky Alonga, a trailblazer in the fields of art and education in Rwanda. Nicky is a visionary entrepreneur in the creative sector who established a publishing house in Rwanda – Imagine We Rwanda – specialising in children’s books with narratives from Rwanda and Africa.

  • Composing trust #3: Cultural relations perspectives beyond the European Union

    It is time to ask ourselves: is ICR a purely Western concept? Does it have the same meaning in non-Western European contexts? This podcast episode gives voice to experts in various geographical settings with biew of contributing to the recognition of the myriad of understandings, reasonings, and realities that coexist within the realm of International Cultural Relations.

  • culture Solutions 2023 events and more

    In 2022, culture Solutions was invited to speak at or analyse important public events and co-organised one roundtable. Find out which and access the articles summarising the key highlights in this blog.

  • What roles for culture in awareness, engagement and climate transition?

    culture Solutions is co-organising a roundtable on “What roles for culture in awareness, engagement and climate transition?” with Talk C.E.C and Smarter Together, with the support of EU4Ocean Coalition. Art provides a means of communicating ecological concepts capable of changing our habits and behaviors.

  • Composing green #1: Agroforestry and worldviews

    Agroforestry is a set of cultural traditions, practices and know-how that mix trees and agriculture. It has been practiced for thousands of years but has been almost forgotten by industrialised societies. Yet, agroforestry has a very significant role to play in climate action, Green Deal-related objectives, biodiversity loss, etc.

  • Rapport d’événement #5: 2024 : Quelles ambitions pourl’agenda culturel extérieur de l’UE?

    Ce rapport d’événement présente le contenu des débats du 27 juin 2023 autour de trois thèmes : évaluation, l’Ukraine et la géopolitique et l’agenda 2024. Il présente également des conclusions claires et la voie à suivre pour les relations culturelles extérieures de l’UE.

  • Composing trustworthiness #4: Artificial Intelligence for the future of society

    The fourth episode of the miniseries entitled Composing trustworthiness, takes a look forward, pondering on good practices, existing needs and visions for the future. A future where Artificial Intelligence is part and parcel of society and international cultural relations.

  • Event report #5: 2024: Towards a refreshed EU external cultural agenda

    This event report presents the content of the debates held on 27 June 2023, focusing on three themes: taking stock, Ukraine and geopolitics, and the 2024 agenda. It also presents clear conclusions and way forward for the EU’s external cultural relations.

  • Composing trust #2: EU-Turkey cultural relations – what next?

    This podcast focuses on the bilateral relations between the EU and Turkey. Although in the last twenty years relations have become more tense and complicated, this has not prevented cultural professionals from continuing their cooperation work. Thus, the episode provides a rich set of lessons learnt and good practice in cultural projects management.

  • Policy directions in EU international cultural relations, towards 2024

    The select roundtable “Policy directions in EU international cultural relations, towards 2024” gathered more than 50 key Brussels-based policy-makers, networks’ representatives and professionals from the cultural field, offering them a space for dialogue on the place of cultural action in the EU external agenda.