MONDIACULT 2022: Towards a New Culture Goal for the Sustainable Development FrameworkOnline
On 25 November 2022, at h.14:00 CET, ENCATC, together with its member Cristina Ortega, Chief Scientific and Operating Officer at World Leisure Organization, will organize a new Members' Talk to analyse and discuss some of the most relevant topics discussed at MONDIACULT 2022.
The UNESCO World Conference on
Cultural Policies and Sustainable Development - MONDIACULT 2022, was hosted
this year from 28 to 30 September 2022 by the Government of Mexico. What can be learned at this time from the debates and the historic adoption of
a Declaration for Culture, that sprang from the gathering as a final
consensus statement and enshrined culture
in the category of global public goods? What are the
prospects opened by the meeting and its outcomes? What do they tell us about
the state of the cultural sector and the challenges and opportunities awaiting
Next November 25th, ENCATC, together with its member Cristina Ortega, Chief Scientific and Operating Officer at World Leisure Organization, will organize a new Members' Talk to analyse and discuss some of the most relevant topics discussed at MONDIACULT 2022. On the occasion of this Talk #27, expert participants in MONDIACULT 2022 will be invited to share their insights on the four main themes of the conference:
- Renewed and strengthened cultural policies
- Heritage and cultural diversity in crisis
- Culture for sustainable development
- The future of the creative economy
Expert speakers with various backgrounds will harness their experience and expertise to best inform a debate at the crossroads of culture and leisure. Mariachiara Esposito, Seconded National Expert at the European Commission, Prof. Dr. Lawal Marafa, WLO Vice Chair and Member of UNWTO World Committee on Tourism Ethics, Dr. Jordi Pascual, Coordinator at UCLG Culture Committee, Prof. Dr. A.J. (Tony) Veal, WLO Special Interest Group Leisure & Human Rights Co-Chair and Adjunct Professor at the University of Technology Sydney (Australia), and Elena Theodoulou-Charalambous, Head of European and International Affairs, Deputy Ministry of Culture and Chairperson of the Organisation of European Programmes and Cultural Relations (OEPCR) in Cyprus, with their various and dense backgrounds, will harness their experience and expertise to best inform a debate at the crossroads of culture and leisure.
If you have had the privilege to attend MONDIACULT 2022 or are eager to learn more about the topics covered by the event, stay tuned for more upcoming details, and save the date in your agenda!Registrations for the event are open. Save the date in your agenda!
Disclaimer: ENCATC is responsible for the choice and presentation of the ideas and opinions expressed in this Members Talk event, which do not necessarily reflect the views of UNESCO and do not commit the Organization in any way.
- World Leisure Organization