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MedCulture > Regional training to support resilient communities in raising awareness on cultural heritage values and citizenship engagement (Jordan)
This initiative will focus on enhancing the skills and practice of trainers and cultural managers from the cultural heritage sector and civil society organisations involved in grass roots work in heritage making and cultural development processes as a basis for promoting an empowered and resilient society at local level, thereby underlining the value of heritage in the development of a more robust and resilient community that strives for peace building. Applicants should be resident in one of the countries of the region: Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, Israel, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Palestine, Syria and Tunisia. Deadline: 21 August 2018.
The MOOC is especially designed for the museum community, including professionals and all aspiring to be professionals, like students, volunteers or unemployed, who want to pursue their future career in the museum sector. Nevertheless, everyone who has an interest for the cultural sector is most welcome. Enrollment to the MOOC is open to all! If the number of available seats is exceeded, priority will be given to trainees who enroll from Greece, Italy, Portugal and Belgium, and are museum professionals. Deadline: 30 September 2018.
"Europe in Perspective: International Co-operation in Cultural Learning" > Open call for training (Germany, Hungary and Greece)
The training brings together pairs of artists/cultural practitioners and teachers from a variety of European countries and focuses on topics related to diversity and intercultural learning (in a European and transnational context). Through exploring and reflecting one’s own position and attitude towards the project related topics, the training will provide insights and understandings which participating pairs will be able to apply in the course of their general professional practice. Deadline: 3 September 2018.
Heilbronn University of Applied Sciences > Winter School “Brokering Intercultural Exchange within Societies” for master and Ph.D. students (Germany)
This is the first Winter School “Brokering Intercultural Exchange within Societies” for master and Ph.D. students. This three days intensive programme is taught by international researchers and practitioners alike, will be a mixture of different formats, and will allow for new practice and theory based insights regarding the relationship of the wider socio-political issues of cultural rights, particularly cultural inequality, inclusion and exclusion. Excursions to selected arts institutions will also be included in the programme. Deadline: 15 September 2018.