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Beneficiile existenţei reţelelor culturale tematice europene

Publication: Philologica Jassyensia, VI (2), p. 267-272
Publisher:Institutul de Filologie Română „A. Philippide”
Abstract:The vast majority of cultural networks in Europe have as core values humanism, interculturalism (intercultural sensitivity), human rights – especially a right to culture – the ethics of cultural operators (artists, administrators and managers), professionalism, with greater emphasis on education aiming at permanent specialty. It is believed that networks should work outside the field of conventions and international political cooperation, because they are emanations of the spirit of civil society and the necessary impetus for its development.
In their work so far, networks have helped to identify many problems in the cultural life of Europe, the gaps in cultural policy, professional work within culture, especially in international collaboration.
In terms of cultural management, it appears that the networks contributed to the recognition of professional manager both nationally and internationally, especially pointing out the importance of lifelong learning of the manager in various trades in which the profession can occur (network manager, mediator, sponsorship agents, etc.).
Key words:thematic cultural networks, interculturalism, human rights
Language: Romanian

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