International Symposium on Cultural Diplomacy in the USA

23 - 27 June 2014, USA, Baltimore

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"US Cultural Diplomacy in Practice: Building Cultural Bridges to Strengthen the Relationships between America and the Global Community""
(Washington D.C., June 23th - 24th; Baltimore, June 25th; & New York City, June 26th - 27th, 2014)

The International Symposium on Cultural Diplomacy 2014 in the USA will present the importance of building cultural bridges for the benefits of US national security, economy, and well-being of American citizens, while illustrating the cost-effective advantages of such programs compared to other policy alternatives. The Symposium will bring together US legislators, representatives of the private sector and civil society as well as representatives from the international community to initiate joint-programs that will increase the volume of US engagement in cultural diplomacy. The Symposium will campaign for new programs, increased budgets and greater governmental attention of the unique opportunities practicing cultural diplomacy can bring. The Symposium will also publish a report based on the speeches and suggestions from all speakers and participants, which will be delivered to the US Congress, US Government policy and decision-makers as well as to the international community.

Symposium Agenda
The Symposium will focus in particular on the following areas:
• The Use of Cultural Diplomacy by US Foreign and Defense Agencies
• The Potential for American Art & Culture in Transcending Cultural Barriers
• Intercultural Dialogue to promote Democratic Rights
• The Preservation of American Cultural Heritage
• American Cultural Exhibitions »

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Deadline date: June 26, 2014

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