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The Impact of Brexit on International Cultural Relations in the European Union

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Item #: 7049
Writer:
Stuart MacDonald

The Impact of Brexit on International Cultural Relations in the European Union

Editor:
Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen
– Stuttgart , 2017. – 68 p.
ISBN: 978-3-921970-30-0
– (ifa Edition Culture and Foreign Policy)
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There is a great deal of common ground and existing collaboration between Germany and the UK in the main areas of international cultural relations. This collaboration is supported by a range of instruments, some of which are at risk from Brexit, some of which are not directly impacted by Brexit.

Which consequences will Brexit have for cultural cooperation between Germany and the UK? Which consequences are actual, which are only potential? How can Germany’s foreign cultural policy react at the initial stage of this process? How can intercultural exchange be secured with a long-term perspective despite Brexit?


See also the paper "Brexit, Populism, Nationalism. Challenge of the Future".


DOI: https://doi.org/10.17901/AKBP1.04.2017

Stuart MacDonald is a specialist in international cultural relations. He founded the Centre for Cultural Relations at the University of Edinburgh to develop both the theory and practice of cultural relations through an innovative, interdisciplinary, approach to research, study and knowledge exchange.
He has conducted numerous consultancy research projects on cultural relations for the EU, the UK and Scottish Governments. He has developed cultural exchange programmes in China, the USA, France, Germany, Sweden and Italy.

He served as a senior civil servant in the UK and Scottish Governments on cultural, constitutional and educational policy, and as Head of Arts in the Scottish Arts Council. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts in London and is currently advising Universities in Germany and the UK on their EU strategies.

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