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International Webinar on the Colourful World of Lived Traditions in the United Kingdom

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Il-Ħamis 13 Frar 2020

International EliCCon-Webinar on 13th of February 2020, 19:00 CET

Save the date! International Webinar on the Colourful Lived Traditions in the UK on 13th of February!

On Thursday 13 February 2020, 19.00 to 20.00 CET, Laurence Thorn of PraxisEurope will present exciting examples from the colourful diversity of living traditions in the United Kingdom in an International Webinar. Don't miss this event!

The webinar is part of the European project "European Lived Culture Connects" (EliCCon-Project, Co-financed by Erasmus Plus), in which project partners from the Czech Republic, Spain, Germany and the United Kingdom document examples of interesting lived traditions in their country and present them to the public through exhibitions and webinars.
At the end of the project in August 2020, a free e-book will be published in which the results will be compiled.
You can follow our activities on our homepage at: www.european-lived-culture.eu

Before the webinar, navigate to the following start page of the Virtual Seminar Room: https://artwebdesign.adobeconnect.com/gessler
Enter your name and country and click on "Enter Room". You will then be granted access to the webinar.

After the webinar the record will be available for free on Youtube.

Please have a look at the records of our International Webinars about Lived Traditions on Youtube:

Lived Traditions in Andalucia/Spain:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gsqpq9-NV6U

Lived Traditions in the Eastern part of the Czech Republic
(Moravian-Silesian Region, Ostrava)

Lived Traditions in the South of Germany:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ck_zxf99oIE

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The project partners from the European Project "European Lived Culture Connects" (EliCCon-Project): Online Trainer is Laurence Thorn from PraxisEurope, Birmingham, UK, Co-Trainers are Matthias Gessler and Dr. Ruth Schmelzer, European Photoacademy ArtWebDesign, Rastatt, Germany | Project Partners are: ALVIT - Innovation and education, Ostrava, Czech Republic ; Inerciadigital, Huelva, Spain | Further informations about the 2-years-Strategic Partnership can be found on the project Homepage: www.european-lived-culture.eu
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Email: info@art-web-design.eu (Project coordinator: European Photoacademy ArtWebDesign, Germany)
Proġett tal-UE Nru.: 
2018-1-DE02-KA204-005011
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Europeans are faced with the task of creating a synergy of cultures, of seeing their own culture as a unique community in the context of other cultures and not only benefiting from it in economic terms. "United in diversity" - that is the declared motto of the EU and a guiding principle of this unique community of states. People in Europe need to get closer, not only from economic and political point of view, but also from the cultural. They can do that by becoming more aware of their own values, their traditions, customs and habits and also of the traditions and values of their European fellow citizens. At the same time, this requires also to consider non-european cultures living in europe and the constant change of cultures in the course of time. The better the different cultures know each other, the more xenophobia and prejudices against other cultures can be reduced and valuable synergies can be built up. Information and exchange of know how helps in the fight against nationalism and raise respect for other cultures. Cultural Heritage is also the major input and inspiration for the arts, traditional craftsmanship, the cultural, entrepreneurial and creative sectors that are drivers of sustainable economic growth, new job creation and external trade. This topic affects all people in Europe: children as well as adults, political decision-makers, teachers and managers, business people, youth workers, social workers, public employees and others.They all are a part of the european community, european citizens with a responsibility to their society.
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