European Folklore Institute
Európai Folklór Intézet (EFI)
1995, as European Centre for Traditional Culture (ECTC), by the Hungarian Ministry of Culture and B-XB3383 - UNESCO. Current name adopted, 1999.
Focus on identification, documentation, conservation, preservation, dissemination and protection of European traditional, ethnic and minority cultures; enhance international coordination, cooperation and exchange of knowledge in these core areas; contribute to make known the institutions dealing with these areas; stimulate greater public and governmental recognition of traditional culture; cultivate broad awareness and appreciation of traditional cultures; improve life quality by enhancing personal identity and self-respect, by fostering mutual respect among ethnic groups and by stimulating increased personal cultural creativity.
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