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Arts Festivals’ Declaration on Intercultural Dialogue

European Festivals Association

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European Festivals Association Declaration on Intercultural Dialogue

• 2008 European Year of Intercultural Dialogue

• Arts Festivals’ Declaration is a charta launched and promoted by EFA

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European Festivals Association Declaration on Intercultural Dialogue

Declaration launched on

8 January 2008 in Ljubljana

25 festivals and officials from 17 European countries signed the Arts Festivals’

Declaration and committed to its objectives and obligations

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European Festivals Association Declaration on Intercultural Dialogue

No 2: Tallinn, 2 February 2008

13 national festivals associations and cultural networks signed on behalf of more than 600 festivals in Europe and beyond!

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European Festivals Association Declaration on Intercultural Dialogue

No 3: Oslo, 3 March 2008

First signing ceremony organised by a national festivals association!

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European Festivals Association Declaration on Intercultural Dialogue

No 4: Antalya, 22 April 2008

All EFA members signed as well as AAPAF and PANSA

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European Festivals Association Declaration on Intercultural Dialogue

No 5: Brezice, 4 July 2008No 6: Ghent, 15 September 2008

No 7: Liverpool, 23 October 2008 No 8: Stockholm, 15 November 2008

No 9: Ubeda, 28 January 2009

1269 signatories

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19 November 2008, Paris:

20 festivals from Europe and beyond officialy committed to future engagement & were awarded for their efforts

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European Festivals Association Declaration on Intercultural Dialogue

Open Call to sign up and present projects

has been launched in July 2008 and will be

open still in 2009!

All kinds of arts and culture festivals across Europe and beyond are invited to sign the Declaration and to engage in promoting and implementing its aims and objectives.

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Signing Festivals present projects

and are given visibility:

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More than 100 press articles (just on the launch event): in Italy, Belgium, Germany, The Netherlands, Norway, Great Britain,

Macedonia, Slovenia, Asia (AAPAF); online coverage EU website, EFA

website, print, radio, TV

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EFA Declaration website:

Number of visits: 5.472

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EU website on

Intercultural

Dialogue:

700.000 visits

and more than

4,5 million

pages viewed

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Monthly FestFlash: sent to 1123 contacts:

EFA members, EU, National associations

and networks, Africa and Asia,

Access to Culture platform, CCP,

other signatories or interested

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European Festivals Association Declaration on Intercultural Dialogue

‘Arts Festivals’ Declaration on Intercultural Dialogue’ on the web:

• Total number of Google research results: 1140 results in English, 133 results in French, 886 results in Italian, 31 results in German, 120 results in Spanish, etc.

• EU website, EU Presidency website, Festivals’ websites, Associations’ website, Governmental/ministry websites

• Online newspapers

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European Festivals Association Declaration on Intercultural Dialogue

EFA BOOKS 4 on Intercultural Dialogue:

With contributions from:

Odile Quintin, Director GeneralFestival d’Avignon

Bergen International Festival Berliner Festspiele

Festival Internacional de Música y Danza de Granada Israel Festival

Sarajevo Winter

Due to be published March/April 2009 & sent to 1120 recipients

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European Festivals Association Declaration on Intercultural Dialogue

• The initiative has a sustainable impact on festivals as they officially committed to future engagement for intercultural dialogue by supporting the Epilogue

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European Festivals Association Declaration on Intercultural Dialogue

• High-level partnership with the EU/European Commission in the preparation, run-up, throughout and in the follow-up of the Year