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Public and Private Cultural Exchange-Based Diplomacy: New Models for the 21st Century
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1 Preface and Executive Summary
5 Rapporteur’s Report:
International Cultural Engagement at a Turning Point:
Observations and Recommendations from the Salzburg Global Seminar
5 Introduction: A Moment of Opportunity
6 Gaps and Needs
8 Theme One: Re-Imagining Public and Private Roles in International Cultural Engagement for the 21st Century
10 Theme Two: Shifting Economic Power: The Parameters of Engagement in our Multi-Polar World
13 Theme Three: Creating an Enabling Environment that Promotes Cultural Diversity within the Context of Cultural Engagement
16 Theme Four: Global Communications and the Rise of Social Media: The Future of International Cultural Engagement
18 Conclusions and Next Steps 23 Appendices:
23 Program: Salzburg Global Seminar Session 490 27 Participant Directory
47 White Papers
- Re-Imagining Public and Private Roles in International Cultural Engagement for the 21st Century
JONI MAYA CHERBO, PHD, Independent Scholar and Executive Director, Resource Center for Cultural Engagement
- Shifting Economic Power: New Horizons for Cultural Exchange in our Multi-Polar World
YUDHISHTHIR RAJ ISAR, Independent Cultural Advisor; Professor, Cultural Policy Studies, American University of Paris, France
Global Communications and the Rise of Social Media: The Future of International Cultural Engagement
RITA J. KING, EVP for Business Development, Science House
and JOSHUA FOUTS, Executive Director, Science House Foundation