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The Joy of the International Festival of Language and Culture rubs off on more and more Countries»

Here’s a festival which combines the specificity of local cultures with the openness of the globalized world


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The Olympic Games, a Beacon of Hope in the Hearts of Landless »

Roaring Crowds welcomed members of the Olympic Refugee team at Kakuma camp in Kenya, a token of gratitude for their incredible humanitarian efforts


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Embassy of Argentina in the United States Pays Tribute to Borges »

The popular Argentinean writer is the protagonist in a week dedicated to his work


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AIESEC: Activating World Youth Leadership by Embracing Diversity »

AIESEC has been empowering young leaders by encouraging cross-cultural collaboration through volunteer projects and internships


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‘Be Beautiful Be Yourself’ Fashion Show for People with Down Syndrome 2016 »

Taking place in Colorado, the fashion show has become one of the major events of the decade



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Norway at the Stuttgart Book Weeks 2016 »

Norway chosen as the guest country at the Book Week in Stuttgart from 10th November until 4th December


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A Melting Pot of Arts, Crafts and Culture at Bazar Berlin, 2016 »

A Melting Pot of Arts, Crafts and Culture at Bazar Berlin, 2016 Read More...

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Danish Foreign Minister Kristian Jensen Visits Berlin to Discuss Global Focal Points »

Danish Foreign Minister participates in German-Nordic EU meeting together with Foreign Ministers of Finland, Sweden and Germany


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Mexico-Germany Dual Year Creates Alliance for Strong Relations and Cultural Sharing »

Germany and Mexico have created a mutual alliance to share cultural, economic, scientific and academic activities


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Cultural Exchange between Syria and Germany through the Event "Goethe-Institut Damascus »

Cultural Exchange between Syria and Germany through the Event "Goethe-Institut Damascus | In exile"


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Corporate Cultural Diplomacy: Private Sector Engagement in Cultural Diplomacy

This section provides the public with research on influential corporations of the private sector and their engagement in cultural diplomacy. The project aims to increase transparency and promote the practice of cultural diplomacy at a corporate level. The assessed companies will have the opportunity to update any relevant information on their personal profiles, therefore keeping the public up to date with the practices and their engagement in Cultural Diplomacy. This research enhances corporations in the private sector to engage more in Cultural Diplomacy and Social Responsibility and to learn more about the practice. More…

Parliamentarians' Contributions to Cultural Diplomacy, Local Communities & the Global Community

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This section provides the public with biographies of all MP's of European Union nations. The project aims to increase transparency and promote the practice of cultural diplomacy at the parliamentary level. Parliamentarians will have the opportunity to update any relevant information into their personal biography, therefore keeping the public up to date with the practices of their parliamentarians. More...

Celebrated Artists Contributions' to the Field of Cultural Diplomacy

This section incorporates personalities from a variety of backgrounds who have gone above and beyond in their bid to help humanity and improve the well-being of those most in need. Primarily through donations to charities, foundations and organizations, these people have sought to change the world for the better, and in the process, create a cosmopolitan community of care and support that is necessary within our inter-dependant societies. More...

Historical Acts of Cultural Diplomacy

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In this section, readers can find a list of historical examples of successful acts of cultural diplomacy practiced by different actors since the end of the Second World War, using different aspects of culture and other elements to represent and demonstrate what humanity shares in common through our cultures. These acts have served throughout the years as a catalyst to promote cooperation and ease conflicts. More...

Vehicles of Cultural Diploamcy

This section focuses on diverse political, cultural, and economic issues, concentrating on specific geographical regions or areas, as well as on specific academic fields. The thematic programs focus on the implementation of Cultural Diplomacy as a tool to promote cooperation and understanding in a number of specific areas and fields. More...

The Cultural Diplomacy Dictionary

Diccionary.jpg “The Cultural Diplomacy Dictionary is aimed at introducing governmental & diplomatic officials, academics & scholars, young professionals & students, artists, civil society & private sector representatives, to contemporary and evolving concepts of cultural diplomacy.” The Cultural Diplomacy Dictionary items have been gathered from a diverse range of literature, including English, American, French, Spanish, Chinese and German. The essential idea was to compile a list of terms that do not already possess a precise definition, and describe them in a way that is more relevant to global politics today.

This Cultural Diplomacy Dictionary also contains references to influential people and organizations that have made significant contributions to cultural diplomacy and related fields, including Cultural Studies, International Relations, Sociology and Anthropology.More...