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Danish Cultural Institute is a member of EUNIC, the European Union National Institutes for Culture. EUNIC was founded in December 2006, in Copenhagen, and today counts with 35 members from 28 countries.

EUNIC’s members are institutions who are present in more than 150 countries with over 2.000 offices. They work within the fields of art, language, education, youth, science, intercultural dialogue and development. Members meet all over the world in so-called clusters to develop local activities. There are more than 100 clusters around the world and in Brazil there are currently three clusters: São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, and Brasília.


The current president of the São Paulo cluster is Anders Hentze, country manager of DCI Brazil. And the main objective of EUNIC São Paulo is to promote cultural cooperation in São Paulo through the effective establishment of partnerships between professionals in the cultural, educational and youth sectors, with a view to a greater understanding of European cultural and linguistic diversity.


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