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Swenja Zaremba
Swenja Zaremba M.A.
Intercultural projects, coordination of the German network of the Anna Lindh Foundation

swenja.zaremba@kit edu

Phone: 0721 608-44797

Academic Council on Culture and Foreign Policy (WIKA)

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WIKA Workshop 2017
Culture: Upheaval – Fresh Start – Readjustment

Friday, 24/11/2017, 9.00 a.m. - 4.15 p.m.
WeltRaum of the Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen (ifa), Stuttgart

WIKA Workshop Programme

 

 

WIKA (Wissenschaftlicher Intitiativkreis Kultur und Außenpolitik)  was founded by ifa (Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen) in 2004. It addresses theoretical and practical issues of international cultural exchange. Its aim is to conduct scientific research on the international relational structure of Germany's foreign cultural and educational policy, to develop concepts and create a stronger integration of the topic into science and research.

Since 2013 Prof. Dr. Caroline Robertson-von Trotha has been the chairwoman of WIKA.
 
WIKA forms an interdisciplinary network of academics, university lecturers and students as well as representatives of academic institutions and persons who are active in the fields of politics, art, culture and media.
 
Scholars, students or private persons as well as institutes, research facilities, thinktanks, intermediary organisations and other academic institutions which in theory and/or in practice address issues from the domain of foreign cultural and educational policy can become members of WIKA.

Rules of Procedure: www.ifa.de/wika/geschaeftsordnung/

Application for membership: wika(at)ifa.de

 

Events and Activities of WIKA:

Publications

 

Meetings and conferences

Culture: Upheaval - Departure - Reorientation

Diaspora - Networks of global communities

Foreign cultural and educational policy in Europe between re-nationalisation and globalisation

Cultural factors in geo-politics

Further training for stakeholder of foreign cultural and educational policy

Migration of the arts - Arts of migration

Education, culture(s), foreign policy

The Union for the Mediterranean: Culture and development from Rabat to Helsinki?

European integration as a challenge for foreign cultural policy

The contribution of universities to European-Islamic dialogue

Evaluation in foreign cultural policy

Culture and conflict prevention

Annual masters/doctoral colloquium

 

 

 

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