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Music as a Global Resource: - International Council for Caring ...

Music as a Global Resource: - International Council for Caring ...

Why do we find that

Why do we find that cities today are challenged by the need to increase cultural facilities and access to culture, technology and information among poorer areas and more affluent cities alike? It has been demonstrated through the years, that culture and particularly music, among the cultural expressions brings the capacity of rich and poor to take advantage of opportunities for self-development and enjoyment. Numerous cities in the world are promoting culture in underprivileged areas and enabling some form of cultural rights and expressions through main channels, such as ad hoc provision of shared spaces for cultural events, promotion of intercultural programmes, and the protection and celebration of specific monuments and buildings that are part of the architectural heritage. But there is a need to further recognize the many cultural and ethnic groups’ identities in order to bring a sense of inclusion. This is very much needed in cities where the poor, living in slums, are systematically excluded from cultural life, along with the elderly, the young people and foreign migrants. Cities should encourage anything that can foster multiple and complementary identities in order to reduce any polarization among various groups, particularly in a multi-cultural, multi-linguistic, multi-ethnic type of society. Recognition of cultural diversity entails the deployment of spaces and conditions that favor various forms of active participation, in accordance with the diverse societal, cultural and organizational forms that characterize any given population. This is why UN-HABITAT welcomes efforts from initiatives such as the Music as a Global Resource that effectively address the challenges of sustainable community development so much needed in cities today. Cecilia Martinez, Director United Nations Settlements Programme (UN-HABITAT), New York Office V

DISSEMINATING INFORMATION: THE UNPAN ICT NETWORK In times of peace, music comforts the mind, creates awareness of love and motivates for the future. In times of war, it brings serenity, happiness and hope, opening the door to dynamism and energy for reconstruction while strengthening young minds to take action and makes happiness an object of desire. In recognizing this, the challenge arises on how to incorporate the powerful use of music as a means of addressing the implementation of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). Within the UN-HABITAT framework, and with other UN partners, working sessions gathered a nontraditional group of decision-makers and experts from government, international organizations, local authorities, the private sector, academia, health organizations and the music industry to explore the use of music to enhance community, health, well-being and the quality of life. One of the many recommendations made calls for action and provides a mandate to address the information “gap” by identifying successful projects from all corners of the world. Thus, the “Music As A Global Resource: Solutions for Social and Economic Issues” Compendium was “born” in 2009. In 2010, a new edition was produced in response to its success and immediate recognition as a useful tool. The Compendium’s 2011 edition covers a wider scope, including sustainable community development, mental and physical health, work with trauma survivors and facilitates lifelong learning and peace building. It presents governments with successful projects that are utilizing music to address social and economic issues in clear, informative and useful formats that can readily be adapted to local situations, in effect prevent reinventing the wheel. It further promotes communication among those with knowledge and those with challenges, maximizing the use of limited funds through the use of ICTs. The United Nations Public Administration Network (UNPAN), which was established in 1999, facilitates and promotes information exchange, knowledge and experience sharing, and training in the area of public administration and development management. It enables the United Nations Member States, especially developing countries, countries in post-conflict situations and countries in economic transition, to maintain an Internet-based network that links global, regional and national institutions devoted to public administration. Eventually, it seeks to build the capacity of regional and national institutions, enabling them access, process and to disseminate relevant information through up-to-date information and communications technologies (ICTs) for the promotion of better public administration and better service delivery. Partnering with UNPAN underscores the importance of disseminating information to governments and will go a long way towards bridging the information “gap” and expanding the Music as a Global Resource Initiative, thereby making a significant contribution towards achieving the internationally agreed upon development goals, including the MDGs. Haiyan Qian Director Division for Public Administration and Development Management Department of Economic and Social Affairs, United Nations VI

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