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The value of the heritage lies in all that it can explain. Museums, as institutions responsible of their conservation and communication, cannot elude the need to carry out their work from an educational perspective.
Along this last year, the UNESCO Chair of Cultural Policies and Cooperation have been working on an analysis of the educational services of 27 museums in the Girona province, a study ordered by the Xarxa de museus de les comarques de Girona. Along this time we have been able to share a large number of experiences and perspectives and to expand the vision that all of us have about the need to educate through culture and heritage. Take a look on the results in the attached document!

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POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA IN EDUCATION AND CULTURE 

 

Space for training, reflection and exchange on the relationship between education and culture. It offers an educational program that combines theoretical knowledge and practical and creative approaches to real and professional experiences that work across this binomial.

Start date: 20/10/2017

Ending: 20/07/2017

Presentation session : 07/10/2016 at 18:00 at the Science Park of the UdG, classroom 2

 

virtual course on International Cultural Relations

It's a course that provides an overview of international cultural relations and the transformative potential of culture and cultural diplomacy. Its aim is to convey accurate knowledge about international cultural relations is configured for development.

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CULTURAL APPLICATIONS

Applications of the project are already available – Learning from practical experiences. Culture and development – for the management of actions within the cultural scope for development.

These applications are designed to be used in the formulation, management and evaluation of this type of actions and they have been elaborated with the experience gained from the projects of The MDG-F Culture and Development Thematic Window.

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11-10-2017 13:20

UNESCO CHAIR AND CONARTE PRESENT THE PROJECT PLANTERS IN THE WORKING DAY CULTURE, CREATIVITY AND DEVELOPMENT

The UNESCO Chair and the Conarte Association will participate in the "Culture, Creativity and Development" day organized by the regional council of La Selva, where we will present our project "Planters" as an experience in the cultural-educational field.
 
From the Regional Council of la Selva are preparing a day for technicians and councilors of culture, artists, collectives, thinkers, etc. on "Culture, Creativity and Development" on 3 November from 10h to 13h in the Regional Council of La Selva.
 
The day will feature an inaugural conference by Jordi Pardo on "The importance of culture as a factor of economic dynamization in small municipalities". Then there will be cases of good practices around the cultural-creative fact as factors of economic and social dynamization of the municipalities.

27-09-2017 11:08

INAUGURAL CONFERENCE OF THE MASTER IN CULTURAL MANAGEMENT UOC-UdG

On the occasion of the opening of the new course 2017-2018 of the Master in Cultural Management of the UOC and the UdG, on October 5th will be held the inaugural conference by Maider Maraña, cultural manager who currently combines his work as a researcher in the UNESCO Chair of Cultural Landscapes and Heritage of the University of the Basque Country, with her work as an independent consultant since her initiative Montevideando, where she focuses on promoting the incorporation of human rights in various public policies.

With the title Culture, heritage and human rights: weaving ties, joining roads, the conference aims to start a lively debate and help answer questions such as "Does heritage and human rights have anything to do?” or “Are there tools to help us integrate this perspective?” Cultural heritage is one of the most visible aspects of cultural expressions and is the object of intervention by public and private institutions and civil society groups.

Before the conference, at 6pm, there will be an information session on the Master of Cultural Management UOC-UdG.

The event will take place in the auditorium of the Center for Cultural Studies and Resources (CERC, Carrer Montalegre 7, Barcelona 08001), on Thursday October 5th at 7pm. 

Pre-registration is required.

With the collaboration of the Diputació de Barcelona-CERC and the Association of Professionals de la Gestió Cultural de Catalunya.

07-09-2017 11:51

International Conference on Perspectives of Arts Education and Sustainable Development and Meeting of the European Network of Observatories in the Field of Arts and Cultural Education in Porto

On 14 September 2017, the UNESCO Chair will take part in an International Conference on Perspectives of Arts Education and Sustainable Development organized by the Faculty of Letters of the University of Porto. And on 15th September in a follow-up meeting of the European Network of Observatories in the Field of Arts and Cultural Education (ENO) that will take place in Porto. Gemma Carbó, the Director of the UNESCO Chair, is a member of the Board of ENO andthe UNESCO Chair and ConArte Internacional constitute the National Observatory in the Field of Arts and Cultural Education in Spain.

05-09-2017 09:55

The Director of the Chair, Gemma Carbó, presents her book

This next Thursday, September 7th, the Director of the Chair, Gemma Carbó, will be in Sant Josep de sa Talaia, Ibiza, presenting her book L'assignatura pendent, as part of the series of conferences Parlem de Cultura (Talking about culture)The event is organised by the municipality of Sant Josep de sa Talaia, in the exhibitions' room of Can Curt, in Sant Agustí des Vedrà, at 8:30pm.

For more information, click here!

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