“Numero Zero” is a new historical detective novel about the media and journalists of the 1990s that has already become a classic of contemporary literature. The plot: a slice of contemporary society where many of its foundations crumble, including creditworthiness, which can be bought but also destroyed. Eco depicts a world that has become the victim of corruption, instability and money laundering. Here everyone “weasels their way out on their own” and constantly looking for compromises.
This edition is dedicated to civil and socio-economic integration strategies. What should Europe do to facilitate the integration of migrants in society? Which ideas have proven their worth? How can culture help? Some 40 authors (including Umberto Eco, Francis Fukuyama, Bassam Tibi, Zygmunt Bauman, Richard Sennett and others) from 20 countries around the world have searched for answers to these and many other questions within the framework of the theme.
Previous editions of the Culture Report are also recommended reading. Here you will find many interesting and useful examples shared by leading experts in the sphere of cultural policy.
Other interesting stories:
How to measure the impact of culture and why we should or should not do this? You will find the answers to these questions in the video combining different opinions from key cultural activists from Slovenia, Slovakia and the Czech Republic
In a joint interview, Elena Vacchelli, lecturer at the Middlesex School of Law (London), and Marion Roberts, professor of Urban Design at Westminster University (London), share their thoughts about the features of integration into a new cultural field and