Why this site ?
"Culture(s) with Vivendi" is in line with Vivendi's corporate social responsibility strategy, which aims to promote cultural diversity, facilitate access to knowledge, encourage the expression of talent and participation in cultural life, and promote a spirit of openness.
Launched on 21 May 2012, Culture(s) with Vivendi aims at providing a concrete illustration of the role played by cultural and creative industries in fostering economic growth, enhancing social cohesion and fuelling innovation. The website is composed of four parts:
➜ the "Artist Inspiration" section shows the diversity of musical and cinematographic influences that help artistic creativity to flourish;
➜ the "Creative jobs" section presents the value chain and the wealth of career paths within the cultural industries, explained by actual professionals in the field;
➜ the "Intercultural Dialogue" section demonstrates the linkages between culture and mutual understanding;
➜ the "De Facto" section puts culture at the heart of sustainable development through facts and figures, testimonies and reports. "De Facto" is a forum for those to want to highlight the linkages between culture, human development, openness, access to knowledge and fight against poverty. It serves as a resource center gathering the statements on why and how culture should be integrated within the new world sustainable development agenda and the Millennium Goals that will be agreed on for 2015-2030.
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Pascale Thumerelle, Vice President Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), Vivendi
The team of Culture(s) with Vivendi
Founder and Editor-in-chief: Pascale Thumerelle, Vice President CSR
Editors : Claudia Ambruosi and Elise Cuvelier (CSR Department)
Graphic design and infographics : Thu Trinh-Bouvier, Director New Media, and Mike Shan (Communications Department)
Digital ecosystem development : Thu Trinh-Bouvier (Communications Department)