Team from London Met. in the last of a series of training workshops for the 12 wonderful projects that represent the EU's EuroMed Heritage 4 programme
Welcome to the Mediterranean Voices Association (mva)
The Mediterranean Voices Association exists to build on the methodology and work of the Mediterranean Voices project and to create a platform for future collaborations. Our focus is intangible heritage, with particular emphasis on stimulating its contribution towards sustainable livelihoods.
23 London Met students explore theory and practice of tourism development projects in and around Bethlehem
Short films from the successful training on cultural mapping are now available at the EU's EuroMed Heritage 4 website
London Met. present at kick-off meeting for SPACES project that will be active in Georgia, Armenia, Moldova and Ukraine
The new MVA website is now fully functioning - www.vermejoresvideosonline.com - Please revisit periodically to find out about projects, events or upcoming collaborative opportunities
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‘Ethno Magic Going Global' is an EU funded project led by the Kolkata based NGO Banglanatak. It's aim is to raise the livelihoods of over three thousand folk artists, most of them members of scheduled and tribal castes, living in rural districts of West Bengal, India.
Religion in Education. A contribution to Dialogue or a factor of Conflict in transforming societies of European Countries (REDCo) The REDCo project represents a necessary approach to address the question, how religions and values can contribute to dialogue or tension in Europe.
This project is about Identity and Cultural Diversity as a Competitive Advantage for Tourism. In addition it works towards promoting education in values and gender equality.
Flowing out of PhD research by Cyntia de Andrade in Brazil, this project focuses around the planning of a route for Afro-American cruise tourists to explore their heritage roots.
This is a photobook with accompanying English Turkish text that explores the culture of cinema going amongst London's Turkish speakers. A DVD film of the interviews featured in the book is also included.
A photobook with accompanying English Greek text. In the words photos of migrants themselves, it looks at how migrants and asylum seekers experience Cypriot society.
Mediterranean Voices – Oral History and Cultural Practice in Mediterranean Cities – employed a multi-disciplinary comparative methodology, which yielded unique insights on the sharing of urban space by long-established and mobile populations on northern, eastern and southern shores of the Mediterranean.