This morning, at 12 noon, Casa Mediterráneo presents the online event A Foreign Action Strategy for a post-Covid world, with the presence of the Secretary of State for Global Spain, Manuel Muñiz (in the photo), who will discuss the foreign policy roadmap for the next three years, which articulates Spain’s priorities and geographical and sectorial objectives in the world.
On Thursday, 6 May, at 8.50 a.m., as part of the Myths of Europe and the Mediterranean series, a storytelling session will be held with the writer and storyteller Raquel López, from the Jaime II Secondary School in Alicante. Also, in collaboration with the Generalitat Valenciana, on the 8th and 9th of May at 12 noon, Casa Mediterráneo will commemorate Europe Day with a concert of La Europa Galante by the French composer André Campra, performed by the Ensemble Casa Mediterráneo. Prior registration is compulsory by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. The concert will be held at Casa Mediterráneo’s headquarters on Saturday the 8th, and on Sunday the 9th at the Centre del Carme Cultura Contemporània in Valencia, although both events will be offered online. From 10 to 27 May, the diplomatic cultural centre is also presenting the course The Mediterranean: Civilisation, Conflict, Future, organised by the Diplomatic School in collaboration with Casa Mediterráneo, which will address the complexity of the Mediterranean space from a holistic perspective, articulated along three axes: civilisation, conflict and future.