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The Comillas workshop will host a conference on cultural policy and rural finance.

This Friday at the Comillas seminar there will be a conference “Itinerancias: cultural policy and European financing for rural development in Cantabria”meeting that completes the training cycle for cultural agents in rural areas “Traveling: Building Heritage Communities”.

The proposal prepared by La Ortiga Colectiva with the Biscay Provincial Council, Lugo Provincial Council, Ecomuseo La Ponte and Derriére Le Hublot was funded by the Ministry of Culture and the Vice President of the Government of Cantabria..

The purpose of this meeting is to share the results and conclusions of the first edition of the Itinerancias series, providing the keys to the development of cultural policies and projects that have a positive impact on the rural environment of Cantabria. Moreover, he wants to know how to finance such projects through the New Generation Funds and the Creative Europe (Culture) and Citizens, Equality, Rights and Values ​​(CERV) programmes.

There will be three tables with the following topics: “Culture and countryside. The role of cultural and creative industries in territorial development”., “How to implement a sustainable cultural policy to deal with rural depopulation. The Significance of Cultural Agents in the Territory”. D “European funding for the development of cultural projects in Cantabria”. They will be attended by members of the Ministry of Culture, the Government of Cantabria, the Provincial Council of Biscay, the Provincial Council of Lugo and La Ortiga Colectiva.

Registration is available at https://laortigacolectiva.net/ where you can see the full program and admission is free and open to cultural agents, associations and local organizations, as well as cultural technicians and undergraduate and graduate students. with an interest in the countryside.

It will also be available to people from other sectors whose activities are directly related to culture in rural areas: climate change, demographic issues, health care, tourism or education, among others.



Source: eldiariocantabria.publico.es

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