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THE NEW MUSEUM - MUSEUMS AS AGENTS OF CHANGE

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THE NEW MUSEUM - MUSEUMS AS AGENTS OF CHANGE

November 08 at 07:07
Universities enrich communities, as well as educating students – new research

Universities enrich communities, as well as educating students – new research

Gorodenkoff/Shutterstock Author Elaine Unterhalter Professor of Education and..

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Tuesday 03, Nov 2020
November 03 at 03:33
First online university for refugees - Kiron Open Higher Education

First online university for refugees - Kiron Open Higher Education

First online university for refugees SOURCE: ATLAS OF THE FUTURE Germany (Berlin) Five years..

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November 03 at 03:32
Bibliothèques Sans Frontières

Bibliothèques Sans Frontières

Bringing access to knowledge where it`s most needed Since 2007, Bibliothèques Sans Frontiè..

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Thursday 29, Oct 2020
October 29 at 05:41
Why we need museums now more than ever

Why we need museums now more than ever

Why we need museums now more than ever October 08 2020 By Rebecca Carlsson In..

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Saturday 17, Oct 2020
The Gallery of Ecological Art (formerly China gallery) at the British Museum of Decolonised Nature. Image courtesy John Zhang and Studio JZ , Author provided Authors Co...
Climate crisis: how museums could inspire radical action
Liu Xiaodong, in his painting “Refugees 4” (2015), depicts Syrian refugees at the port of Lesbos gathered together in a moment of rest. A show at the Phillips Collection features 75 a...
New York Times - The Museum Is the Refugee’s Home
Why we need museums now more than ever October 08 2020 By Rebecca Carlsson   In today’s uncertain times, museums can act as an anchor in the storm. To those who are...
Why we need museums now more than ever
Streamed live on Sep 25, 2020 This UN75 Webinar features pioneering museum leaders from around the world in dialogue about how the cultura...
THE TIME IS NOW / Museums as agents of change hosted by the Museum for the United Nations – UN Live
Nick Merriman, chief executive of the Horniman Museum & Gardens. Photo by Tania Dolvers The chief executive...
Museums Are Experts at Thinking Long-Term. That’s Why They Must Lead the Fight for a Greener Future—Before It’s Too Late

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Climate crisis: how museums could inspire radical action

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New York Times - The Museum Is the Refugee’s Home

Liu Xiaodong, in his painting “Refugees 4” (2015), depicts Syr...

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Why we need museums now more than ever

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Gallery Climate Coalition: The Green debate

One of the most urgent issues in the art world's mission to go green is t...

June 06 2020
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New New Deal: Towards a New Era of Social Imagination

  New New Deal: Towards a New Era of Social Imag...

May 05 2020
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We Make Tomorrow summit

December 29 2019
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World's Largest Lesson - Project Everyone

World’s Largest Lesson is an on-going initiative from Project Everyon...

October 21 2019
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‘Hard Truths to Face’: Tate Declares ‘Climate Emergency’

Olafur Eliasson, The Weather Project , Tate Modern, ...

July 19 2019
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Serpentine Gallery - General Ecology

General Ecology is the Serpentine’s long-term and ongoing proje...

July 16 2019
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ART-2030 CONNECTING ART AND THE UN GLOBAL GOALS

    Mission ART 2030 works with art as the ke...

September 17 2019
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