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One of the outcomes of the recently completed LAIC-Culture and Arts supporting Social Cohesion in Latin American cities project is a Study of Good Practices, with versions in Spanish and English. The document details a number of projects carried out in Latin America and the European Union that have an impact on urban development and the sustainable strengthening of the community. The publication also includes recommendations for future policies, programmes and lines of action geared towards sustainable urban development processes. In addition, there is also a video produced by Bozar (the other organisation that implemented LAIC along with Interarts) on the 'Latin American Cartographies' exhibition held in Brussels, Belgium, from 18 May to 6 August 2017 as part of the project. LAIC has had financing from the European Union....

The European Development Days (EDD17), a meeting organised by the European Commission to gather key players in international development cooperation and to facilitate information and experience sharing to guide EU policies to combat poverty, took place on 7 and 8 June in Brussels, Belgium. Interarts participated in EDD17, seeking to help to highlight the role of culture as an essential factor in development projects. To do so it had a stand on the theme of 'The value of culture' and activities including three pop-up presentations on each line of action that Interarts is currently running: culture and urban development, based on the example of the LAIC project; culture and health, from the DECIDES Programme; and culture for development in the Southern Mediterranean, from the projects SouthMed CV and SouthMed WiA. The presentation dedicated to the LAIC project counted with the participation of Toni Cots (in the photo), project manager, and Conrado Uribe, LAIC expert. Finally, In...

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