Observatory for Cultural and Audio-Visual Communication in the Mediterranean (OCCAM)
Observatoire pour la communication culturelle et audiovisuelle en méditerranée
Osservatorio per la Comunicazione Culturale e l'Audiovisivo nel Mediterranea e nel Mondo
1997 Milan Italy
Founded 1997, Milan (Italy), by U-XE2787 - International Council of Mediterranean Cinematic Manifestations and the Italian branch of A-XA2054 - International Council for Film, Television and Audiovisual Communication (IFTC). Functions as a component network of H-XK0527 - UNESCO Mediterranean Programme, based on T-XT7612 - International Convention on the Recognition of Studies, Diplomas and Degrees in Higher Education in the Arab States and European States Bordering on the Mediterranean.
Work at the service of the most disadvantaged communities by helping them to benefit from new technologies and promoting sustainable development.
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