Belgium Programme – Global Citizenship Education
Africalia’s Belgium programme aims to support new cultural dynamics and to encourage our societies to adapt to the cultural diversity that defines our relationship with the world today.
While Africalia mainly operates on the African continent, this programme is an opportunity to create a direct link with the activities carried out by our partners in Africa. It highlights the notion in Belgium that culture builds bridges which can transcend borders and prejudices, and that here as elsewhere; creativity provides fertile ground for imagination, liberation, empowerment and the reinvention of our societies.
The Africalia Belgium programme will support Belgian cultural operators for a period of five years: Atelier Graphoui, Afrika Filmfestival...
The programme produces innovative tools in the field of Global Citizenship Education which aim to bring a critical perspective to our...
The Cultural Cooperation Platform is a professional network for discussion and sharing of ideas.
Why are arts and culture useful in working towards Global Citizenship Education?