Events of EFUCA
At this event were invited to participate members of the UNESCO permanent delegations and UNESCO Civil Society. The speaches and congratulations were followed by a gala dinner. We took advantage of this occasion to discuss with the President of UCA, Mrs. Marietta Bantchev, new perspectives of future collaboration between EFUCA and UCA.
The competition is open to all young conductors from all over the world and is an important professional and networking platform. Known nationally and internationally for its continuous promotion of high professional standards and excellence, the competition brings to Bucharest some of the most talented conductors in the world. Last year over 200 conductors applied and only 50 were selected to participate in the first round.
From the 7th to the 9th of April 2017, the XXXIX National Assembly of the FICLU entitled "1947-2017: Seventy Years of Clubs for UNESCO", took place at the San Biagio Resort, in Acireale, Sicily.
The Working Group came into being, in which people like Lionel Vinour, Silvio de Matos or Antonio Casares acted with enthusiasm and perseverance. Lionel, with his typical Cartesian spirit, has always had the wisdom of what is to be done and prepared. Silvio proved an amazing coagulating energy and Juan Antonio brought tenacity. Even from the beginning, Jean Pierre Dehouck has always supported us in a competent and efficient way, managing to moderate things whenever the case was.
The General Assembly of the European Federation of UNESCO Clubs, Centres and Associations (EFUCA), a non-governmental international organization, uniting more than 20 national federations, clubs, UNESCO centers and associations throughout Europe and the United States, met in Minsk on November 11-13, 2016.
Alumnus Club for UNESCO and the Romanian National Commission for UNESCO organized with the financial support of the Department for Interethnic Relations of the Romanian Government, the eighth edition of the "Metamorphosis" project with the theme "Minorities, Culture, Tasty treats".
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