CULTURE

Geopoetic of Danube basin (Conference)

  • Thematic framework: Intercultural Dialogue and Translation
  • Geographical outreach : International
  • Types of project: Developing networks

  • Beneficiary countries:
    - Germany
    - Austria
    - Slovakia
    - Hungary
    - Croatia
    - Moldova
    - Ukraine
    - Serbia
    - Romania
    - Bulgaria

  • Main responsible:
    Daniela Stojkovic
    Kraljevica Marka 57
    Novi Sad
    Serbia 


Summary of the activities
NGO World and Danube established in 2002, as nongovernment and non profit organization,dedicated to the Danube basin. Our main goals are development and contribution in positive dialogue between (nearby) Danube countries (11 countries), in language, cultural and economic dialogue.

Through our magazine Sveti Dunav ( Saint Danube) during past 11 years we were contributed to this goal, with translation more than 400 authors from al over the Danube and the world.
With this project we wish to make this network stronger, more visible for citizens and young people and of course we wish to show how differences can make a richness in sense of multilingual dialogue.

April, May, June, July will be the month of traveling through Danube countries with concrete meetings and presentation of our work. In August, September and October we will have a preparation for conference, with all needs, tools and trainers.
This Conference can bring together many really important actors in field of writing, art and culture means from all over the world, and we need this, in Serbia, specially because of so many years of isolation.

Main partners
- ICPDR, International Commission for protection of the Danube river
- Donumenta, Regensburg
- The Republic of Serbia, Ministry of culture
- The City of Novi Sad
- The Region of Vojvodina
- DKMT, Danube-Kris-Moris-Tisa, Hungary



Project Title Geopoetic of Danube basin (Conference)
Short Description
  • Thematic framework: Intercultural Dialogue and Translation
  • Geographical outreach : International
  • Types of project: Developing networks

  • Beneficiary countries:
    - Germany
    - Austria
    - Slovakia
    - Hungary
    - Croatia
    - Moldova
    - Ukraine
    - Serbia
    - Romania
    - Bulgaria

  • Main responsible:
    Daniela Stojkovic
    Kraljevica Marka 57
    Novi Sad
    Serbia 


Summary of the activities
NGO World and Danube established in 2002, as nongovernment and non profit organization,dedicated to the Danube basin. Our main goals are development and contribution in positive dialogue between (nearby) Danube countries (11 countries), in language, cultural and economic dialogue.

Through our magazine Sveti Dunav ( Saint Danube) during past 11 years we were contributed to this goal, with translation more than 400 authors from al over the Danube and the world.
With this project we wish to make this network stronger, more visible for citizens and young people and of course we wish to show how differences can make a richness in sense of multilingual dialogue.

April, May, June, July will be the month of traveling through Danube countries with concrete meetings and presentation of our work. In August, September and October we will have a preparation for conference, with all needs, tools and trainers.
This Conference can bring together many really important actors in field of writing, art and culture means from all over the world, and we need this, in Serbia, specially because of so many years of isolation.

Main partners
- ICPDR, International Commission for protection of the Danube river
- Donumenta, Regensburg
- The Republic of Serbia, Ministry of culture
- The City of Novi Sad
- The Region of Vojvodina
- DKMT, Danube-Kris-Moris-Tisa, Hungary

Start Date 2008-11-15 1:00 pm
End Date 2008-11-16 1:00 pm
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