PolObs organises Open Class Cycle

The CECS Observatory of Policies on Science, Communication and Culture (PolObs) is organising a cycle of open classes dedicated to “Culture in the decade of action of the 2030 Agenda”.

This cycle – which will be held in Portugal, Brazil and Spain – aims to reflect on the importance of culture as an essential factor in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals of the 2030 Agenda; to analyse practical cases of cultural projects that contribute to the 2030 Agenda and to stimulate debate on culture as a global public good.

Schedule of sessions in Portugal:

4 June | 16h00 | ISCTE Caiano Pereira Auditorium
The Economic Dimension of Culture, with Manuel Gama and Caterina Foá

5th June | 2.30pm | UBI Wool Museum Auditorium
The Transversality and Institutionality of Culture, with Manuel Gama and Sónia Sá

6 June | 14h00 | Room 2.1.11 of the University of Aveiro
Education, Knowledge and Cultural Competences, with Manuel Gama and Gabriela Nicolau dos Santos

7 June | 10h00 | Room 3.1 of the Faculty of Economics of the University of Coimbra
Culture, Environment and Community Resilience, with Manuel Gama and Claudino Ferreira

7 June | 14h00 | Meeting Room of the Faculty of Arts of the University of Porto
Cultural Rights: Inclusion, Participation and Citizenship, with Manuel Gama and Paula Guerra

More information is available on the PolObs website.

[Posted: 11-04-2024]