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Med Culture is a Technical Assistance Unit funded by the European Union for the promotion of culture as vector of Human, Social and Economic Development in South Mediterranean countries. 
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LOCAL CULTURAL POLICIES AND CULTURAL SPACES TO INCREASE CULTURAL SUSTAINABILITY

LOCAL CULTURAL POLICIES AND CULTURAL SPACES TO INCREASE CULTURAL SUSTAINABILITY

WHO

Your training team brings a diversity of background, practice and experience.

Kenza Sefrioui (https://etlettres.com/auteurs/sefrioui/) is a cultural journalist, literary critic, editor and cultural activist. She was in charge of the literary column in Journal hebdomadaire in 2005 - 2010 and contributes to Tel Quel, Diptyk and www.economia.ma. She holds a doctorate degree in comparative literature and has co-edited Casablanca oeuvre ouverte, Casablanca, fragments d’imaginaire and Casablanca poème urbain (Le Fennec, 2013). Kenza is co-founder of the publishing house En toutes lettres and has recently published Le livre à l’épreuve, les failles de la chaîne au Maroc (En toutes lettres, 2017).

Christiane DABDOUB NASSER has 20 years’ experience in managing EU funded projects and programmes. She co-founded the Centre for Cultural heritage Preservation in Bethlehem, where she was Head of Public Awareness and Fundraising and Director. She was Team Leader of the Technical Assistance for Euromed Heritage 4 and is currently Team Leader of the Technical Assistance for Med Culture. She has a particular interest in cultural development and public participation and their articulation with the well-being of communities.

Célia Hassani. She is a PhD candidate working on cultural policies in Lebanon. She has professional experience in the cultural field in Lebanon as a deputy head of mission for Agenda Culturel, contributing to a survey of the cultural field and drafting recommendations for a new cultural policy in the country. She conducted the study on public funding for culture in a volume edited by the Orient Institute of Beirut, a project granted by el Mawred al Thaqafy, to address cultural policies theme together with other researchers from the region

Fanny Bouquerel Over the last 20 years, Fanny has designed, implemented and provided technical assistance for cultural cooperation projects developed mainly in the framework of European programmes in the Mediterranean area. In parallel, she has developed research projects and publications in the field of Cultural policies and European studies. She has a PhD in Social Sciences - European studies from the University of Paris 8 where she teaches European cultural institutions and policies. She is currently working for the technical assistance unit of the EU funded Med Culture programme in quality of capacity development expert.