On 30 November 2011, EUNIC in Brussels, the Instituto Cervantes and the Alliance Française de Bruxelles-Europe presented the third of a series of evening talks on the advantages of shrinking in Europe.
The processes of European construction have helped the formation of highly multicultural societies across its territory. Does this phenomenon influence the shaping of shared values and shared meaning of norms indispensable to guarantee the principles of the democratic societies we live in in Europe? As the present world crisis evolves, the former consensus on the viability of peaceful co-existence in multicultural societies is publicly challenged by politicians and academics.
Theme: Multiculturalism in times of crises - Is Multicultural Society a Failed Political Notion in Europe?
Place: BELvue ∙ Place des Palais 7 – Paleizenplein 7 ∙ 1000 Brussels
Time : 8pm
Reservation : firstname.lastname@example.org - +32 2 737 01 93
1) Pascale Bonniel-Chalier (founder member of ENCATC - European Network of Cultural Administration Training Centers, elected representative at the Greater Lyon Council)
2) Manuel Delgado Ruiz (Professor of Anthropology at the University of Barcelona, Director of GRECS - Research Group on Exclusion and Social Control).
3) Moderator: Marco Martiniello (Research Director of FNRS - National Fund for Scientific Research - and Director of CEDEM - Center for Ethnic and Migration Studies at the University of Liège)
For more information on the Getting Smaller project, please contact:
Project Manager, Goethe-Institut
Co-ordinator, EUNIC in Brussels
Added: 08 November 2011