The complexities of contemporary life, the COVID-19 pandemic, racial inequalities, severe economic disparities, and many other factors confirm that it is time to put the PERSON, PEOPLE, and CREATIVITY at the center of our lives and the world at large. Moreover, the fragility of the current situation, which all countries are manifesting in their cultural, educational, and other sectors, reveals that a “new centrality” must be accorded to the role CULTURE can and should play in sustainable development and the world of the future. In fact, without culture, it is difficult to see how shared and participatory policies and practices can be created that are of crucial importance at present and going forward into the future.

Tokyo charter. Reconnecting with your culture. Education, culture, heritage, and children

OLIMPIA NIGLIO;
2021

Abstract

The complexities of contemporary life, the COVID-19 pandemic, racial inequalities, severe economic disparities, and many other factors confirm that it is time to put the PERSON, PEOPLE, and CREATIVITY at the center of our lives and the world at large. Moreover, the fragility of the current situation, which all countries are manifesting in their cultural, educational, and other sectors, reveals that a “new centrality” must be accorded to the role CULTURE can and should play in sustainable development and the world of the future. In fact, without culture, it is difficult to see how shared and participatory policies and practices can be created that are of crucial importance at present and going forward into the future.
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