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World Health Organization (WHO) is the directing and coordinating authority for health within the United Nations system.
Website: www.who.int 

Swedish Arts Council is a government authority whose principal task is to implement national cultural policy determined by the Parliament.
Website: www.kulturradet.se

The Culture and Health Association in the Parliament contributes to increased awareness and political decisions in the field.
Website: www.kulturradet.se (only in Swedish)

The Sigtuna Foundation is a private cultural foundation whose principle aim is to inspire reflection as well as to stimulate and facilitate dialogues and encounters.
Website: www.sigtunastiftelsen.se (only in Swedish)

Region Västra Götaland’s Cultural Affairs Committee drives the strategic development effort with Kulturvision Västra Götaland as the foundation.
Website: www.vgregion.se

The Cultural Committee in Gothenburg has overall responsibility for cultural activities in the city.
Website: www.goteborg.se (only in Swedish)

Kultur Skåne is the division within Region Skåne responsible for culture, supporting and promoting the development of cultural activities.
Website: www.skane.se/kultur

Kultur region Halland supports, coordinates and develops activities in the region.
Website: www.regionhalland.se/sv/kultur1 (only in Swedish)

The Museum of World Culture is an arena for discussion and reflection in which many and different voices will be heard, where the controversial and conflict-filled topics can be addressed, as well as a place where people can feel at home across borders.
Website: www.varldskulturmuseet.se

Göteborg Book Fair is a meeting ground for the book trade with a wide conference programme of seminars and events.
Website: www.bok-bibliotek.se

Forskartorget at the Book Fair is a meeting place for Swedish researchers and the general public.
Website: www.forskartorget.se (only in Swedish)

The International Science Festival in Gothenburg is one of Europe's leading popular science events and the only one of its kind in Sweden.
Website: www.vetenskapsfestivalen.se

Media Days Gothenburg is a Nordic meeting point where both established industry representatives and the general audience exchange ideas and develop their businesses.
Website: www.meg.se

Göteborg International Film Festival is the leading film festival in Scandinavia and one of the largest festivals in the world.
Website: www.giff.se

The Röhsska Museum of fashion, design and decorative arts has short-term exhibitions for people who are interested in shape, colour and function.
Website: www.designmuseum.se (only in Swedish)

Existential Film Festival is focused on film in relation to faith and life issues.
Website: www.du.se/existentiellfilmfestival (only in Swedish)

Kultursamverkan stimulates collaboration between the Swedish Church and other cultural entrepreneurs.
Website: www.kultursamverkan.se (only in Swedish)

Dixikon is an online magazine that is run with the support of the Swedish Arts Council with a focus on literature in foreign languages.
Website: www.dixikon.se (only in Swedish)

Contact Information

Centre for Culture and Health

Box 200, 405 30 Gothenburg, Sweden

Page Manager: Lovisa Aijmer|Last update: 4/10/2013
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