INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON CULTURAL RELATIONS : LONDON : 2-4 NOVEMBER 2004
Few would disagree that misunderstanding between cultures and nations is running at dangerously high levels. What is more difficult to glimpse is a strategy to improve communication. What would it take and who could make it work? It is a question that is preoccupying governments, agencies, artists, educationalists, policy-makers and thinkers, the (responsible) media and others.
The British Council, a leader in the field of cultural dialogue, thinks that the time for debate about the role of cultural relations is now. Its think-tank, Counterpoint, is organising a global conference in London 2-4 November called Eye to Eye, where representatives of all these professions, and more, will join in discussion about how we stimulate the creative co-existence of people and peoples.
Check the website at www.counterpoint-online.org, there you can find updates on Eye to Eye, view confirmed contributors and register online for your conference place.
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