5 Cultural Policy Resources in South East Europe
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European Network of Information Centres for the Performing Arts (ENICPA)
The European Network of Information Centres for the Performing Arts (ENICPA) aims to function as a meeting place for information and documentation organisations. The main goal of the network is to distribute and to make available a broad range of information about the professional performing arts to arts professionals world wide. On our web site you can find information about European festivals, venues, publications, training opportunities and information centres.
Forum of Local Authorities for Social Inclusion (FAL) of Porto Alegre - website of its 4th edition, Barcelona, 2004
FAL is a Mayors’ Forum created in 2001 as part of the World Social Forum of Porto Alegre, with the aim of bringing together local governments from all over the world to discuss alternative policies to globalisation and to fight poverty. This website contains, in addition to the programme of the LGF's 4th edition to take place in Barcelona in May 2004, all the information about the Agenda 21 of Culture, a proposal made by cities in favour of cultural development, and it is open to the participation of cities and experts worldwide.
International Network for Cultural Diversity (INCD)
The International Network for Cultural Diversity (INCD) is a world wide network of artists and cultural groups dedicated to countering the homogenizing effects of globalization on culture. The INCD represents individual artists and cultural activists, cultural organizations and creative industries from all continents, sectors and disciplines of the cultural community, ranging from new media artists to traditional artisans.
Les Rencontres
Network of European Cities and Regions for Culture
NEMO - Network of European Museums Association
NEMO - Network of European Museums Association is an independent network providing representation and information for the museum community of Europe. The network is made up of museum organisations within the countries of the European Union (EU) as well as representatives from the countries associated with the EU. NEMO provides information to museums on relevant EU initiatives and other issues of importance, lobbies European institutions, particularly the EU, on all issues relevant to museums, promotes the role and importance of museums to European policy makers, encourages the exchange of information between museums and museum organisations throughout Europe.
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