Here is the final report on the EU Structured Dialogue process between civil society and the European Commission, facilitated by the Goethe-Institut Brussels and addressing social inclusion. The process took from April to October 2018, involved more than 30 civil society participants from Europe from culture and non-culture sectors, and interacted with the European Commission… Continue reading EU Structured Dialogue 2018 on social inclusion
Here is the link to my paper providing a critical analysis on the EU’s new agenda for culture as a tool for European integration. It was delivered at the Annual DSE-ECSA Conference on EU Policy in times of crises: Integration / Disintegration at Roskilde University, Denmark, in September 2018 see here for more details.. It was presented alongside these slides.
This brief article reflects on cultural rhetoric and practice in the Maltese political context. http://www.independent.com.mt/articles/2018-08-26/newspaper-opinions/Under-the-podium-6736195340#
F’din il-preżentazzjoni qsamt ftit ideat dwar il-ħsieb tal-politika kulturali u l-prassi tagħha waqt seminar organizzat mill-assoċjazzjoni tal-filosofija f’Malta Philosophy Sharing Malta. Philosophy seminar text Il-Politika u l-prassi tal-kultura 180801
This peer-reviewed article on the impact of the EU on cultural policy in Malta is featured in the Croatian International Relations Reviews (June 2018).
Minorca_2018 This presentation acted as a basis for a public presentation and discussion organised by Jaume Gomila-Saura of the Escoles d’Adults de Menorca at the Casa Albertì in Minorca, Spain, in June 2018.
ITTC_Seminar_180606 This presentation on ‘Being creative with culture: novelty heritage for traditional tourism?’ served as a basis in addressing ‘The Impacts of Tourism on the Maltese Island Culture’ seminar organised by the Institute for Tourism, Travel and Culture at the University of Malta in June 2018.