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15 Septembre 2017 Il y a 3 ans

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Appel au partage d’expériences venant de ou faites dans la région MENA

pour la publication en ligne «Construire l’avenir: chemins vers la diversité culturelle – pratiques et projets de la région MENA

La Commission allemande pour l’UNESCO, la Fondation européenne de la culture (ECF), Racines et Ettijahat-Independent Culture vous invitent à contribuer à notre publication en ligne commune qui vise à mettre en évidence les pratiques et les projets de la région MENA et à travers celle-ci, qui met en évidence les voies de la diversité culturelle.

 

«Construire l’avenir» est une publication en ligne qui vise à identifier et à présenter les pratiques culturelles qui ont eu un impact majeur sur la transformation culturelle dans la région MENA de la période allant de 2011 à 2017. La publication est un projet collaboratif parmi les partenaires de longue date travaillant dans et avec la région.

Cette publication est notre contribution à mettre en évidence la grande richesse de talents et d’initiatives au-delà des frontières régionales et de les partager avec la communauté culturelle internationale pour permettre de l’inspiration et une coopération nouvelle et renouvelée – dans un format narratif.

Nous allons sélectionner jusqu’à 20 pratiques à partir des contributions reçues selon ces critères (en anglais). Après le processus de sélection, tous les contributeurs seront informés quelles pratiques seront incluses dans la publication en ligne. De plus, le texte final sera envoyé pour preuve et vérification à la personne/institution qui l’a soumis. Le produit final sera publier début décembre 2017.

GUIDELINES

Publication “Building the Future”

“Building the Future” is an online publication that aims at identifying and presenting those cultural practices that had most significant impact on the cultural transformation in the MENA region in the period from 2011 to 2017. The publication is a collaborative project among longstanding partners working in and with the region. It is their contribution to showcase the great wealth of talent and initiatives beyond the regional borders and share these with the global cultural community to allow for inspiration and new as well as renewed cooperation – in a story-telling format.

Purpose

The MENA region has a great wealth of talent and initiatives to be discovered. Since 2011 lots of energy and resources have been untied. It is now time to

  • illuminate and reveal vivid and concrete examples that exist in the region
  • enhance the public value of culture
  • give visibility to creators within region and also beyond
  • facilitate the exchange of good and worthwhile practices
  • inspire the next generation(s)
  • honour and recognize the multitude of cultural initiatives.

This wealth should be shared through “small world stories” as online publication in English and Arabic language version within the region and with the international community of colleagues and cultural actors (UNESCO, IFACCA, others) in order to enable evidencebased discussions between civil society and governments.

Initiators and partners

The project has been initiated by the German Commission for UNESCO and the European Cultural Foundation (ECF) and developed further together with Racines and Ettjiahat.

Compiling the publication

An editorial team from the initiators and partnering organisations developed the grid for identifying up to 20 practices that should result into “small world stories”. The grid is sent out as invitation to other organisations and stakeholders from the region that enables a decentralised albeit orchestrated storyboard. Each invited organisation/stakeholder/actor can submit up to three contributions max.

The editorial team will write the stories based on the information provided within the grid to ensure a minimum level of comparability. Here the approach of “public value of culture” and the level of impact of each practice is key and the guiding focus of the publication.

Public Value of Culture

“Public Value of Culture” means in how far the project or practice have impacts beyond the culture sector, e.g. contributes to social cohesion and justice, sustainable development, economic valuations or participatory governance in respective institutions. The practices are selected taking into account this approach and show implicit or explicit links to human rights, gender, diversity, social inclusion, sustainable development or environmental issues.

Impact

Impact means “a powerful effect that something, especially something new, has on a situation or person”1. It implies that something changes as a result of a cultural experience, at least temporarily (Brown 2006, Selwood 2010).2 Impact can be immediate (=results and outcome), at mid-term (1-2 years) or long-term (5-10 years).

Further process

After the selection process, all contributors will be notified which practices will be included into the online publication. Moreover, the final text will be sent for proof read and verification to the submitting organisation. The online publication will be launched at the beginning of December 2017.

By filling the grid, you will transfer the rights to use the texts and images contained therein to the German Commission for UNESCO. These are used exclusively for the online publication “Building the Future” by respecting the given copyright indications

Critères d'éligibilité

  • Implemented during the period of 2011 to 2016
  • Geographical and thematic balance and diversity
  • Degree of innovation (“new experiences”)
  • Originality of self-organizing cultures in civil society
  • Validity of the public value of culture
  • Potential to connect the region with itself
  • Positive impact on the target group/community
  • Originality of methodologies
  • Originality of spirit of collaboration/partnership

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