Recondita armonia: a reflection on the function of culture in building citizenship capacity
This book explores the social effects of culture and explains how cultural participation contributes to building citizenship in modern, democratic societies. Culture is described as a strategic asset which can help meet the challenges of growing diversity and the complexity of life today.
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What is culture?
The creation of citizenship capacity
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Analysis Directorate artistic expression arts and heritage arts education audience Batchewana First Nation Bulgaria Canadian Heritage citizens Citizenship and Human citizenship capacity citizenship education Citizenship through Education civic participation collective action community development confidence contribute cooperation Council of Europe created creative cultural activities cultural diversity cultural participation culture as repertoire curators democracy Democratic Citizenship Department of Canadian Desh Desh Pardesh Dizzee Rascal E-mail EDC/HRE Education for Democratic effects of culture European example Fernandez festival governments heritage activities Human Rights Human Rights Education ibid ideas identity increase individual Jeannotte learning Matarasso 1997 McCarthy meanings Montreal workshop museums NGOs OHCHR organised Ottawa patterns of living Policy and Cultural projects promote Pronovost Research and Analysis role Romania Sinaia social capital social cohesion social effects social repertoire society Stanley Strasbourg Strategic Research Study Cultural Policy Swidler Total Balalaika Show tradition Transversal Study Cultural values youth