Themes: Our Creativy Diversity
A new global ethics
A commitment to pluralism
Challenges of a media-rich world
recasting cultural policies
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Summary of the conference
A commitment to pluralism

pijltje.gif (179 bytes)The need for pluralism was the final conference topic. Whether you call it pluralism, multiculturalism or interculturalism, the important thing is what you make of it, Dragan Klaic argued.

pijltje.gif (179 bytes)Allister Sparks showed that in South Africa people had no choice but to make something of it. The different parties had to find a way of living together in the future with more respect for each other. The therapeutic process of negotiation could help bring this about.

pijltje.gif (179 bytes)The concluding speaker was Josette Feral. She argued that art has always been a model for interculturalism and will continue to be so, as long as it remains outside the domain of politics.


pijltje_beneden.gif (179 bytes) november 9, 1996
A commitmnet to pluralism
Introduction (Dragan Klaic)
Summary
Allister Sparks
Josette Feral
Discussion panel
pijltje.gif (179 bytes) A new global ethics
pijltje.gif (179 bytes) Challenges of a media-rich world
General Introduction
our creative diversity