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30.04.2021 13:30 - 15:00 Uhr

Veranstalter: Deutsche UNESCO-Kommission
Veranstaltungsort: Online

Create2030*IMAGINE! „What…If…How…“

Zum internationalen Jazz-Tag plant die deutsche UNESCO-Kommission folgende Online-Debatte in der Reihe ResiliArt:


The German Commission for UNESCO, with the support of the UNESCO Institute of Lifelong Learning (UIL), invites you to an online debate and polylogue of partners, colleagues and friends from around the globe on the occasion of International Jazz Day 2021.

There is ample evidence that massive transformation towards more a sustainable future is urgently needed. It is also understood that this is, last but not least, an ambitious cultural project of change. By building learning and creative societies, we can prepare the ground for this transformation, with education, gender and governance (SDGs 4, 5, 16) as its elementary pillars. However, since 2020, education, arts and culture have been hit disproportionally hard by the Covid-19 pandemic. It needs time, resolve, endurance and political support to rebuild. In Germany alone, performing arts, music and visual arts are facing losses of up to 69% compared to 2019.

As we enter the Decade of Action to achieve the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals, now is a good moment to take 90 shared minutes on International Jazz Day to fire our imagination, while the debate on how to build back better beyond Covid-19 is just starting.

What if the international community had been successfully putting culture, gender and good governance at the heart of the sustainable development 2030 agenda?
How would that possibly look, sound, smell, and feel in the year 2030 and beyond –
say in 2050 or even by 2070?

You are invited to join the German Commission for UNESCO, its partners, colleagues and friends from around the globe who will be sharing their views on these questions in a nutshell, in the form of a kaleidoscope of think-impulses, combined with a curated selection of music*dance*art-videos.

ResiliArt#5 is a co-production of minds. Its results will be shared and will be available as a cultural resource for the years to come at www.unesco.de. All participants are strongly encouraged to share their own ideas, too, using the interactive chat on April 30, 2021.

Please join this conversation!

You are also most welcome to share this invitation in your networks.

Please register for the event using the registration form by April 28, 2020.


Moderated by Katja Römer, UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning and Paul Fabel, German Commission for UNESCO, Head of the Division for Culture, Communication-Memory of the World as of May 1st, 2021.

Our guests are people in motion of several generations, networked innovators and pioneers in their respective fields of action, research, art and thought, committed to connecting people across boundaries and distance. They all have a common goal: to advance culture as a public common good and resource for sustainability in the 21st century.

With contributions by Houssem BelHaj, Tunisia, Sepideh Chakaveh, Iran/United Kingdom, Danielle Cliche, UNESCO, Sarah-Lea Effert, Germany, Brahim ElMazned, Morocco, Nathalie Guay, Canada, Florisse Hendschel, France, Octavio Kulesz, Argentina, Keith Nurse, Trinidad Tobago/Santa Lucia, Nina Obuljen-Koržinek, Croatia, Albert Schmitt, Germany, Kenza Sefrioui, Morocco, Anupama Sekhar, India/Singapore, Sana Tamzini, TunisiaStefan Winkler, Germany/Sri Lanka, Christoph Wulf, GermanyAlso, colleagues from the International UNESCO Chair Network as well as additional members of the UNESCO/EU Expert Facility on Cultural Governance (2018-2022) will be participating through the chat.

Languages: English, some contributions in French (rainbow version without interpretation)