The castellers of London demonstrate that a Catalan tradition can take place in other parts of the world. Cuss Stephen Anderson, the president of the organization, explains us how it feels to practice castells so far from Catalonia.
‘Blue. What hides the horizon?’ is written both in Catalan and English and all the benefits go to the Spanish NGO Open Arms.
The Codespa Foundation and the ATIL Association have implemented this project in six vulnerable neighborhoods of the Moroccan city of Tetuan.
On 28 and 29 September, professionals in this field from around Europe will be meeting to discuss policies and discover some cultural projects carried out in the city.
Youths from four European countries will paint a collective work of urban art dedicated to mental diseases.
Rijeka will be the European Capital of Culture in 2020 and it is seen as an opportunity to secure a lasting legacy of volunteers in many fields of culture and cultural heritage.
Europe is a community, a community of people, with a shared and inter-connected cultural heritage, that has volunteers and volunteering at its heart.
A capacity building conference takes place on 19-20 April in Rijeka.
In order to fight Islamophobia, it is important to understand where it comes from.
Catalan and Czech folk culture will join hands at the 30th Aplec Internacional gathering to be held in the city of Ostrava from 30 June to 2 July 2017.
Sarah Glidden tells her experience from post-war Iraq until civil revolution in Syria through vignettes.
One of the basic premises from which we approach the Management and Measurement of Cultural Diversity in the Workplace Awareness Programme is the consideration that ‘culture’ is a wide and transversal concept that defines, encompasses and relates to different variables of diversity.