Cultural Institutions and Civil Society: Joining the Dots for Better Engagement
Today‘s cultural institutions, both public and private, are no longer solely defined by their programmatic focus. Equally relevant is how they learn from, and relate to, their local communities. Why is it important for these organisations to understand the people and identities of their neighbourhoods? How can they connect with local stakeholders? What can they do to ensure continued relevance to their communities?
This session will be led by fellows from the second cohort of Salzburg Global Seminar‘s “Public Policy New Voices Europe“ programme. In addition to exploring and comparing different approaches to how cultural institutions work with civil society, the fellows will also share their experiences and perspectives on the challenges and opportunities of promoting diversity in public policy.
This is a Meet-Up event, where guests have the opportunity to build new connections and participate in a facilitated networking session among a small group of attendees.
Speaker: Elaine Yeung, Angelique Rodgers
Berlin, 10243 Germany