Mexico City, co-President of the Culture Comittee of UCLG hosted the fifth edition of the International Award "UCLG - Mexico City - Culture 21".
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Mexico City is fully involved with the co-presidency of the Culture Committee of UCLG, represented by Ms Claudia Curiel de Icaza, Secretary of Culture, City of Mexico.
Mexico City, together with Barcelona, Bogotá and Buenos Aires, join forces to celebrate cultural diversity and enrich culture throught a iberoamerican cities' collaborative platform: CIUDAD(ES) CULTURA. See also the launch video.
Mexico City has launched the fourth edition of the International Award 'UCLG - Mexico City - Culture 21' for 2019-2020. Applications will be received until 18 March 2020.
Read the management memorandum of the Secretariat for Culture of Mexico City. Read also CDMX's article on the formal presentation of this report, together with the 'Culture & Peace' Declaration during the International Seminar on Cultural Rights and Peace in the City (only in Spanish).
Read, join and spread the Mexico City Declaration, approved on 20 October 2018 by Mexico City and the UCLG Committee on Culture during the International Seminar on Cultural Rights and Peace in the City.
The International Seminar on Cultural Rights in the City was held in Mexico City on last 19-20 October 2018, together with the Award Ceremony and the 15th meeting of UCLG Committee on Culture.
Mexico City launched the third edition of the International Award 'UCLG - Mexico City - Culture 21' for 2017-2018.
As a Leading City, Mexico City published a Public Report on "Governance of culture and sustainable development".
Read the interview of Eduardo Vázquez Martín, Secretary for Culture in Mexico City on Culture as the 4th Pillar of Sustainability (in Spanish).
See the interview of the Secretary on Culture of Mexico City, Eduardo Vázquez Martín, on the International Award UCLG - Mexico City - Culture 21 and the importance of culture in sustainable cities and cultural aspects within the Global Agendas (only in Spanish).
Mexico City launched the second edition of the International Award 'UCLG - Mexico City - Culture 21' in 2015-2016.
As a Leading City, Mexico City published a Public Report on "Intersectoriality and new gouvernance for culture and development".
Good Practice of Agenda 21 for Culture: the Imagination in Motion: Cultural businesses and entreprises project of Mexico, presented in the framework of the 2014 Pilot City Programme.
Mexico City, co-President of the Culture Comittee of UCLG hosted the first edition of the International Award "UCLG - Mexico City - Culture 21".
Mexico City was also involved in the 2014 Pilot City programme, aiming to update the new Agenda 21 for Culture with "Culture 21: Actions". Read its full report on Culture 21: Actions.
UCLG approved the declaration 'Culture: 4th Pillar of Sustainable Development' during its 3rd Congress which took place Mexico City (2010).