Partners and Collaborators

Culture | Futures partners, collaborators and associates

Culture|Futures has evolved as an informal network since 2008. The following partners were co-organisers in the launch of Culture|Futures in 2009, or have been collaborating with Culture|Futures as specified since 2010

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2011 Culture|Futures partners

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city-Sau-Paulo logoCity of Sao Paulo

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aecid logoSpanish Agency for International Cooperation and Development (AECID) http://www.aecid.es

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Cultural centre of Spain logoCultural Centre of Spain http://ww2.ccebrasil.org.br/

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crie logoSouth American Movement for the creation of desirable futures. Future in the Present – people and institutions that are already creating futures, Studies of the Future – documents, articles, images, videos, links, Desirable New World – re-inventing daily life as we would like it to be http://criefuturos.com

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Launching partners of Culture|Futures 2009

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eunic logoEuropean Union National Institutes of Culture (EUNIC) fostering intercultural cooperation in all parts of the world. EUNIC members have over 1500 offices in most large cities around the world, grouped in clusters in each city/region undertaking local programs. Along with co-organising Culture|Futures, EUNIC established culture, ecology and climate as its    focus areas and has Culture|Futures as one of its strategic engagements www.eunic-online.eu EUNIC has members in all 27 EU countries.
blankAmong the EUNIC members who have been particularly involved in Culture|Futures are the following: Danish Cultural Institute, British Council, Goethe Institute, Italian Cultural institute and SICA

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Danish Cultural Institute logoDanish Cultural Institute. The Danish Cultural Institute promotes cultural exchanges and cooperation between foreign and Danish partners. www.dankultur.dk

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British Council logoBritish Council. British Council is the UK’s international cultural relations body. www.britishcouncil.org

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goethe institute logoGoethe-Institute. The Goethe-Institut is the Federal Republic of Germany’s cultural institution operational worldwide. www.goethe.de

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arup logoArup which is among the world’s largest private consultancies and leads in integrated sustainable development. www.arup.com

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asef logoAsia Europe Foundation (ASEF), which represent governments of the European Union and 16 Asian states and is the only institution in the Asia Europe framework of collaboration (ASEM). www.asef.org

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ifacca logoInternational Federation for Arts Councils and Cultural Agencies (IFACCA), which represents public and private supporting bodies for arts and culture in over 70 countries across the world. www.ifacca.org

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eu-culture-foundation logoEuropean Cultural Foundation, a foundation collaborating on leading strategic cultural initiatives www.eurocult.org Note:  Europe Culture Foundation was a launch partner in  Culture|Futures 2009 only

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assocationa of performers logoAssociation for Performing Arts Presenters (APAP) has nearly 2000 members in the US and worldwide covering commercial, non-for profit and public presenters of performing arts. APAP is a service and advocacy organization. www.apap365.org

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italian culture institute logoItalian Cultural Institute
This is Italy’s international organization
for cultural cooperation.

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cultura21 logoCultura21 is an international network of individuals and cultural actors committed to sustainable, social ecological change process. www.cultura21.net

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rsa arts & ecology programmeThe former UK RSA Arts & Ecology programme was involved in the 2009 launch http://www.artsandecology.org.uk/home

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The following organisations attended the Culture|Futures 2009 launch


unesco logoUNESCO attended the launch

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 european-commission-logoThe European Commission  attended the launch

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counci of  europe logo Council of Europe attended the launch

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uclg_logoUnited Cities and Local Governments was a collaborator at the launch


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Partners or collaborators as specified since 2010-


eunic logoEuropean Union National Institutes of Culture (EUNIC) fostering intercultural cooperation in all parts of the world. EUNIC members have over 1500 offices in most large cities around the world, grouped in clusters in each city/region undertaking local programs. Along with co-organising Culture|Futures, EUNIC established culture, ecology and climate as its    focus areas and has Culture|Futures as one of its strategic engagements www.eunic-online.eu EUNIC has members in all 27 EU countries.
blankAmong the EUNIC members who have been particularly involved in Culture|Futures are the following: Danish Cultural Institute, British Council, Goethe Institute, Italian Cultural institute and SICA

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Danish Cultural Institute logoDanish Cultural Institute. The Danish Cultural Institute promotes cultural exchanges and cooperation between foreign and Danish partners. www.dankultur.dk

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British Council logoBritish Council. British Council is the UK’s international cultural relations body. www.britishcouncil.org

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goethe institute logoGoethe-Institute. The Goethe-Institut is the Federal Republic of Germany’s cultural institution operational worldwide. www.goethe.de

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arup logoArup which is among the world’s largest private consultancies and leads in integrated sustainable development. www.arup.com

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asef logoAsia Europe Foundation (ASEF), which represent governments of the European Union and 16 Asian states and is the only institution in the Asia Europe framework of collaboration (ASEM). www.asef.org

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ifacca logoInternational Federation for Arts Councils and Cultural Agencies (IFACCA), which represents public and private supporting bodies for arts and culture in over 70 countries across the world. www.ifacca.org

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eu-culture-foundation logoEuropean Cultural Foundation, a foundation collaborating on leading strategic cultural initiatives www.eurocult.org Note:  Europe Culture Foundation was a launch partner in  Culture|Futures 2009 only

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assocationa of performers logoAssociation for Performing Arts Presenters (APAP) has nearly 2000 members in the US and worldwide covering commercial, non-for profit and public presenters of performing arts. APAP is a service and advocacy organization. www.apap365.org

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italian culture institute logoItalian Cultural Institute
This is Italy’s international organization
for cultural cooperation.

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cultura21 logoCultura21 is an international network of individuals and cultural actors committed to sustainable, social ecological change process. www.cultura21.net

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c40cities_logoC40 Cities is a group of large cities committed to tackling climate change. www.c40cities.org

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civic_exchange_logoCivic Exchange – Hong Kong’s independent, non-profit think-tank www.civic-exchange.org

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city-Sau-Paulo logoCity of Sao Paulo

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aecid logoSpanish Agency for International Cooperation and Development (AECID) www.aecid.es

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Cultural centre of Spain logoCultural Centre of Spain ww2.ccebrasil.org.br

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crie logoSouth American Movement for the creation of desirable futures. Future in the Present – people and institutions that are already creating futures, Studies of the Future – documents, articles, images, videos, links, Desirable New World – re-inventing daily life as we would like it to be http://criefuturos.com

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sica-logoSICA Dutch Centre for International Cultural Activities  www.sica.nl