diversity of artistic and cultural expressions
within one common frame of values grounded in the UN Agenda2030 and the 17 SDGs
deliberative approach to digital citizenship within the multilingual European & global landscape
The term Cultural Democracy was coined during the Eurocult conference in Helsinki organized by UNESCO in 1972, as a response to the aspiration of the ministers to agree on a shared cultural strategy, by embracing diverse artistic expressions and including a variety of cultures and arts into funds for the protection of the World Cultural Heritage, and beyond, for more just and democratic cultural policies, which will enable access to arts & culture for the wider population, diverse styles, and expressions, without pointing out one "elite" or mainstream art & cultural style.
Cultural Democracy2030... as coined by the ACD team describes a diversity-inclusive approach to a variety of expressions deriving from arts and cultural practices, grounded within the UN Agenda2030 as one common frame of values.
Aiming to actively contribute to the current transitions of cultures and lifestyles toward sustainable development, the ACD team initiates art-based educational projects and collaborative platforms, calling upon professionals from arts and culture, politics and diplomacy, economy and finance to engage in debates, exchange their experiences and views on current challenges they are facing, share their recommendations for the improvement of conditions and contribute to more just, democratic financial aids for professionals engaged in art education, performance, promotion, business, design, ..
take apart on 31st of January 2023 on-side of the UN ECOSOC partnership forum and the high-level political forum
Registration and open call for 3-min presentations is open until the 30th of January 2023:
Welcome to engage in, connect & contribute to the improvement of the conditions, co-create new opportunities, and envision together prosperity due to our contribution toward 2030...