EUNIC cluster Lebanon
On February 20th 2013 ends the second term of the Romanian Presidency of EUNIC in Lebanon. (European Union National Institutes for Culture). The Romanian Cultural Institute, through dr. Dan Stoenescu, cultural attaché of the Romanian Embassy to Beirut, held the presidency of EUNIC in Lebanon for 2012-2013, for a second time in a row. EUNIC aims at establishing partnerships and networks amongst the European cultural institutes in different countries around the world. The main objective of EUNIC in Lebanon is to improve the coordination between European Cultural centers, start new initiatives, organize joint activities and events, and respond collectively to European open calls for proposals in order to generate additional funding.
On Monday October 15th, the European cultural institutes members of the European Union National Institutes for Culture - EUNIC in Lebanon, in collaboration with ASSABIL (Friends of Public Libraries Association), are celebrating the European Day of Languages in Lebanon through educational activities and games for young students at the Municipal Public Library of Geitawi. The program will focus on Europe’s linguistic and cultural diversity. On this occasion, the young students will have the opportunity to get crash courses in English, French, Danish, German, Italian, Romanian, Serbian, and Spanish. The event will also include movies and interactive vocabulary games, all centred on plurilingualism.
Le réseau des instituts culturels EUNIC au Liban vous donne rendez-vous à la 12ème édition de la Fête de la musique à Beyrouth, le jeudi 21 juin 2012. Organisé principalement par trois des membres de l'EUNIC: l'Institut Français, l'Institut Culturel Roumain et l'Institut Culturel Danois, cet événement se tiendra en étroite collaboration avec les ambassades de Roumanie, de Danemark et de la France.
1,000 people turned out over the weekend of 14-15 May to attend the launching event of the EUNIC in Lebanon in Beirut’s Sanayeh gardens. Green Your Culture was held in cooperation with Lebanese NGO IndyAct and themed around environmental issues, which were broadcast through theater plays and musical performances used to spread awareness.