UNESCO designates 8 new Global Geoparks
UNESCOs Executive Board has approved the designation of 8 new UNESCO Global Geoparks bringing the number of sites participating in the Global Geoparks Network to 177 in 46 countries Two new countries Luxembourg and Sweden this year join the Global Network with the designation of their first geoparks
Cultural sector in Romania strives to cope with COVID 19
The unexpected pandemic crisis meant several sectors had to adopt and adjust to several measures in response In an interview Carmen Croitoru talks about Romanias response particularly within the cultural sector She is an Associate Professor and Vicepresident of the National University of Theatre and Film Bucharest and the General Manager of the National Institute for Cultural Research and Training INCFC In addition to her role as national representative for the EU Commission for Creative Sectors and a member of the Steering Committee for Culture Heritage and Landscape CDCPP at the Council of Europe she has been engaged in the administration and development of cultural management in Romania for the past 25 years
The 49th International Roshd Educational Film Festival celebrates the UNESCO night at Felestin Cinema.