How to avoid paternalism in international relations

Sarah Herke, Head of Cultural Exchange at MitOst e. V., Berlin, Stephen Stenning, Director Culture and Development, British Council and Odila Triebel, Head of Dialogue and Research at ifa e.V shared their perspectives on avoiding paternalism in international exchange in arts and cultural projects at Intercultural Relations in Arts and Cultural Management Practice, the fourth seminar of an AHRC funded research network, Brokering Intercultural Exchange: Interrogating the Role of Arts and Cultural Management. The network is based at Queen’s University Belfast (PI Victoria Durrer) in partnership with Heilbronn University (Co-I Raphaela Henze)

Sarah Herke, Head of Cultural Exchange at MitOst e. V., Berlin

 

Stephen Stenning, Director Culture and Development, British Council

Odila Triebel, Head of ​Dialogue and Research at ifa e.V

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