Saudi Arabia highlights its participation in the International Day for Cultural Diversity, for the sake of people

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It reviewed its efforts in culture and sustainable development to serve the goals of Vision 2030

The Kingdom has highlighted its participation within the countries of the world in the International Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development, which falls on May 21 of each year, with the aim of encouraging dialogue between all civilizations and cultures on the basis of respect and mutual understanding, with the aim of promoting convergence and openness to human cultures in their contemporary and heritage dimensions.

The Kingdom takes cultural diversity as means to instill the values ​​of love and promote a culture of peaceful coexistence, moderation and tolerance, as the Kingdom maintains cultural relations with a large number of countries in the world, as an active member of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), and is considered one of the most prominent countries that support heritage preservation projects. The global protection of antiquities, the definition of cultures and communication between civilizations.

The Kingdom, represented by the Ministry of Culture, is making efforts to serve culture and sustainable development in a way that serves the goals of the Kingdom’s 2030 vision, which believes in the power and preservation of culture and cultural heritage, implementing ambitious initiatives to develop the Saudi cultural sector in all its human and civilizational dimensions, as the ambitious vision has set the development of culture as an essential part of its development goals.

Since the establishment of the Ministry of Culture in 2018 AD, it has managed to preserve the rich heritage and ancient and varied traditions that belong to 13 regions, as the cultural orientations in the Kingdom are based on four basic principles: leadership, support, care, and development of 16 cultural sectors: language and translation, music, museums Heritage, libraries, theater and performing arts, natural heritage, festivals and cultural events, architecture and design arts, films, literature, visual arts, culinary arts, fashion, cultural and heritage sites, books and publishing, in addition to the launch of 27 cultural initiatives that are only the beginning, Most notably, the King Salman Complex for the Arabic Language, the Cultural Scholarship Program, the Tarjim Program, and Academies of Arts and Documentation of Oral and Intangible Heritage, among others.

The Kingdom seeks for these cultural trends to serve three main objectives: culture as a way of life, culture for economic growth, and culture in order to enhance the Kingdom’s international standing. So that it is a contribution with its partners from different countries of the world in sustainable international development, and for the sake of promoting Saudi culture globally, which is familiar with its history, heritage and ancient traditions, in addition to devoting efforts to make culture an important factor for coexistence, dialogue and peace, and building a vibrant society, a prosperous economy and an ambitious nation, God willing.

Cultural diversity is a driving force for development, not only at the level of economic growth. It is also a means of living a more complete intellectual, emotional, moral and spiritual life, and a necessary feature to achieve sustainable development, while acceptance and recognition of cultural diversity contributes to creating dialogue between civilizations and cultures, and in achieving mutual respect and understanding.

It is mentioned that the International Day for Cultural Diversity provides an opportunity to deepen peoples’ perception of the values ​​of cultural diversity, and to support the four objectives of the Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions adopted by UNESCO. For the purpose of supporting sustainable systems of culture governance, achieving a balanced exchange of cultural goods and services, integrating culture into sustainable development programs and policies, and promoting human rights and fundamental freedoms.
Saudi Arabia, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia highlights its participation in the International Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development

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The Kingdom has highlighted its participation within the countries of the world in the International Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development, which falls on May 21 of each year, with the aim of encouraging dialogue between all civilizations and cultures on the basis of respect and mutual understanding, with the aim of promoting convergence and openness to human cultures in their contemporary and heritage dimensions.

The Kingdom takes cultural diversity as means to instill the values ​​of love and promote a culture of peaceful coexistence, moderation and tolerance, as the Kingdom maintains cultural relations with a large number of countries in the world, as an active member of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), and is considered one of the most prominent countries that support heritage preservation projects. The global protection of antiquities and the definition of cultures and communication between civilizations.

The Kingdom, represented by the Ministry of Culture, is making efforts to serve culture and sustainable development in a way that serves the goals of the Kingdom’s Vision 2030, which believes in the power and preservation of culture and cultural heritage, implementing ambitious initiatives to develop the Saudi cultural sector in all its human and civilizational dimensions, as the ambitious vision has set the development of culture as an essential part of its development goals.

Since the establishment of the Ministry of Culture in 2018 AD, it has been able to preserve the rich heritage and ancient and varied traditions that belong to 13 regions, as cultural orientations in the Kingdom are based on four basic principles: leadership, support, care, and development of 16 cultural sectors, which are language and translation, music, museums. Heritage, libraries, theater and performing arts, natural heritage, festivals and cultural events, architecture and design arts, films, literature, visual arts, culinary arts, fashion, cultural and heritage sites, books and publishing, in addition to the launch of 27 cultural initiatives that are only the beginning, Most notably, the King Salman Complex for the Arabic Language, the Cultural Scholarship Program, the Tarjim Program, and Academies of Arts and Documentation of Oral and Intangible Heritage, among others.

The Kingdom seeks for these cultural trends to serve three main objectives: culture as a way of life, culture for economic growth, and culture in order to enhance the Kingdom’s international standing. So that it is a contribution with its partners from different countries of the world in sustainable international development, and for the sake of promoting Saudi culture globally, which is familiar with its history, heritage and ancient traditions, in addition to devoting efforts to make culture an important factor for coexistence, dialogue and peace, and building a vibrant society, a prosperous economy and an ambitious nation, God willing.

Cultural diversity is a driving force for development, not only at the level of economic growth. It is also a means of living a more complete intellectual, emotional, moral and spiritual life, and a necessary feature to achieve sustainable development, while acceptance and recognition of cultural diversity contributes to creating dialogue between civilizations and cultures, and in achieving mutual respect and understanding.

It is mentioned that the International Day for Cultural Diversity provides an opportunity to deepen peoples’ perception of the values ​​of cultural diversity, and to support the four objectives of the Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions adopted by UNESCO For the purpose of supporting sustainable systems of culture governance, achieving a balanced exchange of cultural goods and services, integrating culture into sustainable development programs and policies, and promoting human rights and fundamental freedoms.

May 21, 2021 – 9 Shawwal 1442

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It reviewed its efforts in culture and sustainable development to serve the goals of Vision 2030

The Kingdom has highlighted its participation within the countries of the world in the International Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development, which falls on May 21 of each year, with the aim of encouraging dialogue between all civilizations and cultures on the basis of respect and mutual understanding, with the aim of promoting convergence and openness to human cultures in their contemporary and heritage dimensions.

The Kingdom takes cultural diversity as means to instill the values ​​of love and promote a culture of peaceful coexistence, moderation and tolerance. The Kingdom maintains cultural relations with a large number of countries in the world, as an active member of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), and it is considered one of the most prominent countries that support heritage preservation projects. The global protection of antiquities, the definition of cultures and communication between civilizations.

The Kingdom, represented by the Ministry of Culture, is making efforts to serve culture and sustainable development in a way that serves the goals of the Kingdom’s Vision 2030, which believes in the power and preservation of culture and cultural heritage, implementing ambitious initiatives to develop the Saudi cultural sector in all its human and civilizational dimensions, as the ambitious vision has set the development of culture as an essential part of its development goals.

Since the establishment of the Ministry of Culture in 2018 AD, it has been able to preserve the rich heritage and ancient and varied traditions that belong to 13 regions, as cultural orientations in the Kingdom are based on four basic principles: leadership, support, care, and development of 16 cultural sectors, which are language and translation, music, museums. Heritage, libraries, theater and performing arts, natural heritage, festivals and cultural events, architecture and design arts, films, literature, visual arts, culinary arts, fashion, cultural and heritage sites, books and publishing, in addition to the launch of 27 cultural initiatives that are only the beginning, Most notably, the King Salman Complex for the Arabic Language, the Cultural Scholarship Program, the Tarjim Program, and Academies of Arts and Documentation of Oral and Intangible Heritage, among others.

The Kingdom seeks for these cultural trends to serve three main objectives: culture as a way of life, culture for economic growth, and culture in order to enhance the Kingdom’s international standing. So that it is a contribution with its partners from different countries of the world in sustainable international development, and in order to promote the Saudi culture globally, which is familiar with its history, heritage and ancient traditions, in addition to devoting efforts to make culture an important factor for coexistence, dialogue and peace, and building a vibrant society, a prosperous economy and an ambitious nation, God willing.

Cultural diversity is a driving force for development, not only at the level of economic growth. It is also a means of living a more complete intellectual, emotional, moral and spiritual life, and a necessary feature to achieve sustainable development, while acceptance and recognition of cultural diversity contributes to creating dialogue between civilizations and cultures, and in achieving mutual respect and understanding.

It is mentioned that the International Day for Cultural Diversity provides an opportunity to deepen peoples’ perception of the values ​​of cultural diversity, and to support the four objectives of the Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions adopted by UNESCO. For the purpose of supporting sustainable systems of cultural governance, achieving a balanced exchange of cultural goods and services, integrating culture into sustainable development programs and policies, and promoting human rights and fundamental freedoms.





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