QCU Hosts Indonesian International Artists in Cultural Mobility Program to Advance SDG 11

SDG 11

Quezon City University (QCU) is excited to host international artists from Seravim Budaya Nusantara as part of a cultural mobility program, in cooperation with the Asia Pacific Consortium of Researchers and Educators (APCORE, PH) and the Lakandayang Cultural Association

This program, which spans 10 days, aims to promote cultural exchange and the preservation of cultural heritage. It is in line with Sustainable Development Goal 11, which focuses on sustainable cities and communities, including the protection of the world’s cultural and natural heritage.

During their visit, the artists from Seravim Budaya Nusantara will collaborate with QCU’s cultural organizations. They will participate in workshops, collaborative projects, and public performances, providing a valuable opportunity for the exchange of knowledge and skills. This program will enhance the cultural landscape of Quezon City.

QCU’s commitment to the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) is further demonstrated by its recent recognition in the Times Higher Education Impact Rankings. This recognition acknowledges the university’s ongoing efforts to integrate sustainability into its academic and extracurricular activities.

Stay tuned for more updates on this enriching cultural exchange.









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