//MUSEU MARÍTIM DE BARCELONA//
The Consortium of the Royal Shipyards and Maritime Museum of Barcelona was created in 1993. It is a public local entity formed by the City Council, which owns the building, the Barcelona Provincial Council and the Port Authority of Barcelona.
It aims at the conservation and rehabilitation of heritage, in which the Royal Shipyards are included, and the provision of services related to the Museum. The historical precedent of this consortium is in the ‘Concordia’, signed by King Pedro IV in, the Council of One Hundred (Consejo del Ciento) and the General Council in 1378. This agreement was intended to carry out, in an effective manner, the construction of the Royal Shipyards. Its spirit of cooperation between institutions allowed the raising of this Catalan Gothic jewel.
//Bibliotecas Interculturales de Andalucía//
Bibliotecas Interculturales de Andalucía.Junta de Andalucía
Multicultural Libraries Project in Andalusia: Access to knowledge is everybody’s right
One of the most relevant aspects of current society is its multicultural character as a consequence of the migratory movements that have taken place during recent years. Nowadays, in any of our cities, it is clear that the presence of people original from Africa, Asia or America is a demographic reality that has such an importance in our everyday lives that we may not deny it.
In order to contribute to the enrichment and the encounter of the different cultures that are in contact, it is necessary to promote communication and respect for the difference that exists between immigrant minorities and national majorities. In this sense, the main premise must be to contribute to the integration of the minority in the society, preserving and developing at the same time its own cultural identity and promoting and contributing to the exchange of cultures and their elements and therefore creating more open, rich and plural societies. The public library may and must play a crucial role in the social integration of these minority groups, participating in the social integration processes of immigrant population and getting involved in the fight against cultural prejudice. The project of Multicultural Libraries in Andalusia carries out the following actions:
· Definition of the geographical areas for action.
· Study of the users in the selected areas.
· Training of the heads of the libraries.
· Formation of the documentary collection including all types of supports, both for the libraries that take part in the program and for the mobile book unit of the Library of Andalusia.
· Creation of a web page about information resources for ethnic, cultural and linguistic minorities in Andalusia.
· Cultural activities and activities to promote reading, such as reading workshops, training courses for users, guided visits to the library, courses of Spanish language, etc.
· Follow-up and assessment of the service, including statistics about the use of the service and proposals for acquisitions and activities.
El Ojo Cojo is a young non-governmental organization which creates spaces for integration based on the knowledge of reality and its active involvement in society. Our organizational design is dynamically constructed on the basis of a joint technical, professional, artistic and vital knowledges that enable the devlopment of programs addressing the complex contemporary reality.
El Ojo Cojo team is a multicultural group of people eager to learn (about themand know (also know theirselves), people who put their guts, professionals from different artistic, social and technical disciplines to which the permanent contribution adds volunteers. From that position, we developed a methodology whose core is the personal involvement and the desire to build dreams, betting on culture as a basis for social transformation.
//Jarit, Asociación Civil//
Jarit is an association where migrants and locals live and work within a frame of respect and diversity. This integrating and innovative intervention model of organization is conceived as good practice within the institution and as an added value. Within its unselfish team, the presence of the migrants is highlighted by strengthening their integration and promoting their active participation as citizens of their host society.
The facilitating factor for the integration of migrants is the extension and flexibility in the opening and closing of the association, due to coordination between the permanent team and the large influx of volunteers. This helps the immigrant population (most of them usually have very different working schedulles) to interact in an active way with their neighborhood and their city.
//Asociación Mujeres en la Diversidad /Centro Intercultural Echando Raices//
The Association of Women in Diversity (Asociación Mujeres en la Diversidad) is an intercultural group of women from different nationalities living in Basauri and its surroundings. They got together since 2007 in order to share life experiences, increase their empowerment and fully get involved in the daily life of their town.
The organization consists of a group of about 20 women who actively participate in the design of activities, development of working groups, public participative bodies and leading other processes within and outside the association. However, many other women (and men) who wish to acquire knowledge or share their experiences attend the activities they organize. The Intercultural Center “Taking Roots” (“Echando Raices”) is an inclusive, intercultural, non-denominational, non-partisan, feminist space.
AmiArte is an interdisciplinary artistic creation workshop where both professionals and artists share experiences with people in difficult situations. AmiArte aims to bring to light the creative possibilities in every human being. Art is a very powerful tool for personal transformation and Amiarte is based on an individualized educational intercultural project. Their creative activities will be then transformed into exhibitions with the aim of raising awareness and increasing solidarity among society.
//Fundació Servei Solidari//
Servei Solidari is a private foundation for social inclusion with six basic programs and two pilot programs that have emerged and been consolidated throughout the life of the organization: Mirador ciutat – acollida; Formació Bàsica; Punt Òmnia: Accés a les TIC; Projecte Rossinyol; Pilot-BAB; Pilot-Afluents; Pont Jove – Pisos assitits; Espai Emprèn
//Museo Nacional de Antropología//
The National Anthropology Museum was the first anthropological museum created in Spain. As an ethnological museum, it offers the visitors an overview of the culture of different worldwide societies and also provides the cultural similarities and differences that unite or separate them in order to highlight cultural diversity. The collections incorporated over the years to its funds, are samples of the material culture of different populations from Africa, America, Asia, Europe and Oceania.
//KULTIBA cambios culturales//
KULTIBA CAMBIOS CULTURALES is a small team of professionals with extensive experience in different disciplines related to culture and art.
//Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya//
The Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya is located in the Palau Nacional of Montjuïc, constructed for the International Exposition of 1929. In 1934 it opened its doors as the Museu d’Art de Catalunya, bringing together the medieval collection. Subsequently, in 1995, then as the Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya, the new rooms of Romanesque art were inaugurated, and in a successive way the public presentation of the collection was extended, a process that ended in 2004 with the integration of modern art. They Policies and management systems in economic, social and environmental fields which are satisfactory for all the stakeholders involved are included: society, public administrations, users and customers, other museums, collaborators, suppliers and providers, sponsors, and staff of the museum. The museum has obtained the certificate of Social Responsibility (IQNet SR10) and it is the first cultural and public institution of the State to obtain it.
In order to gather and protect Lugo’s cultural heritage, the Provincial Council of Lugo agreedin 1932 to create the Lugo Provincial Museum, opened two years later at the Palace of San Marcos (under the direction of D. Luis López Martí), with several rooms cointaing archaeological, historical and artistic goods, which were until then scattered in private collections. The continuous increase of funds and the space limitations forced the transfer of the museum to the former convent of San Francisco in 1957. Conserving three units of this old monastery (kitchen, refectory and cloisters), architect Vigo Manuel Gómez Román (1875-1964) designed a new building with an air of stately galician. On March 1st, 1962, the Provincial Museum of Lugo was declared of cultural interest.
//GRITIM – Universitat Pompeu Fabra//
RITIM is an Interdisciplinary Research Group on Immigration at the Department of political and social sciences at Universitat Pompeu Fabra (Barcelona, Catalonia). It is made up of researchers from different disciplines, who are interested in aspects of innovation in research and management of change processes arising from human mobility and immigration. The group’s main objectives are to promote theoretical and applied research related to political and social agendas and, in particular, to contribute to the definition of a European approach.
Basic pillars of GRITIM: Research; teaching and training; Transfer of knowledge.
//Ajuntament de Sant Boi de Llobregat//
The 2011-15 municipal corporation is formed by 10 representatives from the Socialist Party of Catalonia, 5 from Partido Popular, 4 from Iniciativa per Catalunya Verds-EUiA, 3 from Convergència i Unió and 3 from Plataforma per Catalunya. There are 8 women and 17 men.
CULTURAL NEXE is consultory specialized in the strategic planning of cultural policy (mostly local), and the design and evaluation of cultural projects. Its director, David Roselló Cerezuela, has over 30 years of experience in management, consulting and training in the culturalhas currently designed over twenty strategic plans on culture and has lectured at more than 200 public, private and civic institutions. He is the author of “Design and evaluation of cultural projects” (Ariel-Planet, 8 editions 2004-2014) and co-founder of the Association of Cultural Management Professionals of Catalonia.
The UNESCO Chair on Cultural Policy and Cooperation of Girona University and ConArte Mexico signed a collaboration agreement in 2004 that has allowed both institutions to work together on various projects in education and empowerment of children and youth through the arts worldwide.
Arts and heritage isolated from education and development have led to serious consequences: limited learning, social and aesthetic exclusion, marginalization and lack of audiences in many disciplines and infrastructures. Many artists, creators, teachers and cultural workers carrying out innovative initiatives have already worked within this initiative. These experiences keep demonstrating the need for seriously considering arts education and cultural heritage education as a fundamental ingredient in the education and development of children, young people and citizens of the XXI century.
The intercultural association “Woman dialogues” (“Diàlegs de dona”) is a meeting space for socialization of immigrant women. It was born as a non-profit association in January, 2013, with the aim of contributing, through intercultural dialogue regarding women, to social cohesion in their neighborhood and their city.
Aims of the project:
– Welcome women from non-EU countries.
– Provide them with knowledge about the host society in order to gain independence and security and foster their personal identification with the new territory.
– Encourage participation in the neighborhood/city/society’s life as neighbors and citizens with full rights.
– Build bridges of dialogue between neighbors who share territory but have different customs, beliefs, culture and diverse backgrounds.
– In short, promoting dialogue from a gender perspective and to foster intercultural understanding among each other.