On December 4 and 5, the seminar "International Cultural Cooperation in the face of a changing scenario: constructing a common agenda between Latin America, the Caribbean and the European Union" will take place. The event will be held at the Palacio de Bellas Artes in Mexico City and is organised by the EU-LAC Foundation and the National Institute of Fine Arts.
The seminar is expected to be be attended by people from different backgrounds and professional profiles, with special attention to representativeness of geographical, gender and generational sub-regions.
Relations between the European Union and the countries of Latin America and the Caribbean have been characterised by their close links in various fields, such as historical and cultural ties. The event arises from the need to update the concepts, cooperation and strategies of cultural relations between Latin America and the Caribbean and the European Union, as discussed at the EU-CELAC Summit.
It is expected that this seminar will strengthen cultural cooperation between the two regions and promote the analysis of the need to maintain and disseminate issues of International Cultural Cooperation in a global context characterised by multiple crises. In addition, the dialogue will develop proposals on strategies, instruments and good practices that have the potential to strengthen cultural cooperation between societies.
The participation in the event will be by personal invitation only.