EUNIC Cluster Belgrade
The EUNIC cluster in Belgrade operates within the umbrella network of EUNIC
(European Union National Institutes for Culture) and aims to create effective partnerships and networks between EU National Institutes for Culture in order to improve and promote cultural diversity and understanding between European societies and to strengthen international dialogue and cultural cooperation with the Serbian society.
For the second time, the EUNIC Cluster Belgrade will organize, on the occasion of the European Day of Languages (26 September), a conference dedicated to multilingualism and the importance of learning languages. The conference will be organized in partnership with the Faculty of Philology in Belgrade and in collaboration with the Council of Europe and the Delegation of the European Union.
This second edition will consist of two parts. The first part will be a plenary session, with the following speakers:
· Nicolaus Keller, president of EUNIC Cluster Belgrade and director of the Austrian Cultural Forum
· Prof. Aleksandra Vraneš, Dean of the Faculty of Philology
EUNIC colleagues have become an integral part of the teaching staff of the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade, teaching to future professionals in the field of culture. Every week they met with students following the cultural diplomacy course together with students from the UNESCO master of Management in culture and cultural policy in the Balkans. The EUNIC colleagues were representatives in the field of cultural diplomacy and international cultural cooperation coming from eight European countries.
Book fair, a major manifestation that gathers every year around between 100 000 and 140 000 visitors and all the relevant actors in the field of publishing and literature. EUNIC cluster will have a joint stand with particular stands for all the cultural centres and participating EU embassies, as well as a joint space were common activities will be organised.
This year, for the first time, six members of our EUNIC Beograd Cluster organised a series of events for the European Day of Languages (26 September) in collaboration with the Faculty of Philology, Council of Europe, EU Delegation to Serbia and EU Info Centre.
European Union National Institutes for Culture (EUNIC) will hold its Conference on Multilingualism on the occasion of the European Day of Languages on Wednesday, 26 September 2012 at the Faculty of Philology in Belgrade.
The Conference consists of two parts: plenary and workshops. During the plenary, respected speakers will share their views on multilingualism in Europe. In the second part, the participants, teachers and students of languages, will have the opportunity to get involved in professional development workshops and exchange their thoughts and experiences.
EUNIC in Serbia was present at the 56th International Book Fair in Belgrade, which took place from 23rd to 30th of October this year. It was represented by four cultural institutions of the European Union in Belgrade: the Austrian Cultural Forum, the French Institute, the Goethe Institute and the Cervantes Institute.
EUNIC in Serbia prepares a joint appearance of four institutes at this year's Belgrade International Book Fair (23-30 October). Due to their success for the fifth year in a row, the Austrian Cultural Forum, the French Institute, the Goethe Institute and the Instituto Cervantes will organize the traditional Eunic quiz (from Tuesday 25 to Friday 28 at 5 pm) and a multilingual concertof Shpiritus movens (Friday 28 at 6 pm).
EUNIC in Serbia prepared a joint appearance of six centers and institutes for culture of the European Union at this year's Belgrade International Book Fair from 25 to 31 October.
Kao što je bilo najavljeno, EUNIC u Srbiji nastupio je i ove godine na svom štandu u Hali 2 beogradskog sajma u okviru 55. Beogradskog međunarodnog sajma knjiga.
EUNIC čine Instituti za kulturu država Evropske Unije. EUNIC stvara mreže između tih instituta ostvarujući uspešne saradnje. Njegov cilj je da poboljša i širi kulturnu raznolikost i razumevanje među evropskim društvima i da učvrsti međunarodni dijalog i kulturnu saradnju sa zemljama van Evrope.