International Arts Education Week hailed in Manila, United Nations Information Centres website, 27 May 2013.

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International Arts Education Week hailed in Manila, United Nations Information Centres website, 27 May 2013.
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  2/25/2014 International Arts Education Week hailed in Manilahttp://unic.un.org/imu/recentActivities/post/2013/05/27/International-Arts-Education-Week-hailed-in-Manila.aspx 1/3 Search blog Enter search term Search Tags 60th anniversary of the udhrA+PafricaBakubriefingchildrenCIScivil societyclimate changeculturedevelopmentdisabilitiesdisarmamenteconomyeducationeducational outreachenvironmentgender equalityhealthhiv/aidsholocaustholocaustremembrance day UN InformationCentres AccraAlgiersAlmatyAnkaraAntananarivoAsmaraAsuncionBakuBangkokBeirutBogotaBrazzavilleBrusselsBucharestBuenos AiresBujumburaCairoCanberraColomboDakarDar Es SalaamDhakaGenevaHarareHome Recent activities home Archive Contact Log in  International Arts Education Week hailed in Manila 27 May 2013 Artists, art patrons and culture-friendly business firms received the “Lamp of Culture and the Arts” Award in a ceremonycommemorating International ArtsEducation Week. The event was organized jointlyby the UN Information Centre(UNIC) Manila, the Philippines’sClimate Change Commission,the Philippine Center of theInternational Theatre Instituteand the Earthsavers-UNESCODREAM Center, under thepatronage of the UN EducationalScientific Organization (UNESCO). Prominent Filipino theater performers, painters, sculptors and fictionwriters, among others, led the stellar list of prize-winners. Philippines UN Resident Coordinator (UNRC) Ms. Luiza Carvalhogave the keynote message, “Culture is our most powerful force forcreativity and renewal, and the Hangzhou Declaration is a key stepin UNESCO’s advocacy to integrate culture into sustainabledevelopment strategies, as the international community shapes anew global agenda for sustainable development after 2015.” A message of support from Philippine President Benigno Aquino IIIread at the event noted “warmest greetings to the UNESCO DREAMCenter as you commemorate international Arts Education Week.Creativity and innovation are among the main engines of progress,  2/25/2014 International Arts Education Week hailed in Manilahttp://unic.un.org/imu/recentActivities/post/2013/05/27/International-Arts-Education-Week-hailed-in-Manila.aspx 2/3 human rightshuman rights dayinternational day of peaceInternational Day of Peaceinternational day of un peacekeepersinternationalwomen's dayinternational year of youthinternational youthdayLACMDGmdgsMDGsmediamedia outreachmillenniumdevelopment goalsmodel unModel UNmodel united nationsmunNew Delhioutreachoutreach activitiespeacepeace and securitypeacekeepingportuguese languagepovertyreport launchesrio+20senior un officialsIslamabadJakartaKathmanduKhartoumKyivLa PazLagosLimaLomeLusakaManamaManilaMaseruMexico CityMinskMoscowNairobiNew DelhiOuagadougouPanama CityPort Of SpainPraguePretoriaRabatRio De JaneiroSana'aTashkentTbilisiTehranTokyoTripolicommend your initiative toprovide our vulnerablesectors with access to artseducation. By introducing artinto their everyday lives, yougive them a means of expression a measure of reflection and a powerful toolfor the discernment of critical issues”. Presenting awards were UNRC Luiza Carvalho, UNIC’s TeresaDebuque, and Earthsavers-UNESCO DREAM Center ExecutiveDirector Cecile Guidote-Alvarez. The Climate Change Commissionerand former Philippine senator Heherson Alvarez also presented.Tags: Manila, A+P, ceremony Categories: ManilaActions: E-mail | Permalink | del.icio.us | Digg this!
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