Culture is at the beginning and the end of development
(Léopold Sédar Senghor)
Published on 5 February 2012
Project Map Originally published 19 Dec 2011
Culture for Development is a partnership programme implemented by three United Nations agencies in Bosnia and Herzegovina, namely the UNDP, UNICEF and UNESCO, in close collaboration with the national Ministry of Civil Affairs, the entity Ministries of Culture and Education, as well as other institutions responsible for education and culture in the country.
The programme is funded by the Spanish MDG Achievement Fund thematic window for Culture and Development with envisaged co-financing by the Government of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
To got to the (Google) map please click on the picture below.
For a short documentary/promotional video on the role of culture in BiH society through a glance on interculturalism click on the picture below (10.20 Min, Published 10 nov 2011).
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