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Little Amal, a young refugee, embarks on a remarkable journey – an epic voyage that will take her across Turkey, across Europe. To find her mother. To get back to school. To start a new life. Will the world let her? Can she achieve what now seems more impossible than ever?

The first meeting devoted to Culture in the history of the G20 was held on 29-30 July in Rome and led to the unanimous adoption of the “Rome Declaration of the G20 Culture Ministers”, a 32-point document which inserts the cultural sector within the G20 process, also recognizing its economic value.

As part of the Moving Europe program by Eleusis 2023 European Capital of Culture, the Aerites Dance Company inaugurates the first ever Academy of Choreography in Greece, U(R)TOPIAS and announces an Open Call to interested artists who wish to expand their creativity and knowledge in the art of choreography.

The first G20 Culture Ministers’ Meeting will be held in Rome on 29 and 30 July, an unprecedented and historic choice by the Italian G20 Presidency.

A two-day work meeting with representatives of local and European institutions and organisations regarding the cooperation in the REWOMEN – ‘European Women’s Remembrance’ project was held in Andrevlje at Frupka Gora on Tuesday, some days ago.

The Vëlosummer is a joint initiative of the General Directorate for Tourism and the Ministry of Mobility and Public Works. In collaboration with 65 municipalities, a number of roads throughout the country will be reserved for cyclists from 31st July onwards. This is a special occasion to enjoy leisurely rides on trafficfree roads. Routes will be open to the public either on weekends, or even throughout the whole month of August.

LEEDS 2023 will be an explosion of colour, noise and brilliance that will show the world in the city and the city to the world. They’re on the hunt for a Research and Evaluation Partner to help they measure the impact their extraordinary Year of Culture – pre, during and post 2023.

One of the largest international contemporary art festivals in the Baltic region, the 13th Kaunas Biennial will take place from 12 November 2021 to 20 February 2022. The exhibition, titled “Once Upon Another Time… gyveno jie jau kitaip” offers reflections on current global situations, including the pandemic, with a curatorial project that explores human resilience and adaptation.

In order to expand the cross-border tourist offer and create a joint tourist route from Novi Sad to Szeged, which will connect famous women in science and culture, the ‘Famous Women in Science and Culture: Experience Design through Joint Cultural Tourism Route and Product Development in Serbia-Hungary Cross-Border Region – WSCRoute’ project was presented.

Eleusis 2023 European Capital of Culture, along with the co-organiser Athens Open Air Film Festival, invite you to a four-day event – a cinematic journey to historical Elefsina, from the 23rd to the 26th July 2021. 

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