Casa Mediterráneo and FACM, united by the knowledge of the cultures and societies of the Mediterranean


Casa Mediterráneo and FACM sign a collaboration framework agreement.
The signing was carried out by the Director General of Casa Mediterráneo, Andrés Perelló, and by the president of FACM, Vicent Garcés.

Casa Mediterráneo has been the location where both institutions have signed this agreement for the development of activities and initiatives that contribute to the encounter between countries, institutions and cities of the Mediterranean region, and to the citizens of all the Mediterranean shores. Another strong point of this agreement focuses on carrying out common projects of mutual interest that promote greater knowledge of the cultures and societies of the Mediterranean.

The exchange of information, publications and other training and research materials that allow a greater knowledge of the society, culture and peoples of the Mediterranean, is another of the aspects contemplated in this agreement.

Andrés Perelló has highlighted that the institution is open to citizens and to institutions and foundations that have common goals with Casa Mediterráneo. “FACM has demonstrated the capacity and the bonds of union with the Mediterranean to promote joint activities” he pointed out.

One of the first joint activities will be the presentation of the book ‘Mediterranean Inequalities, Challenge of the 21st Century’ on January 27, a publication edited by the FACM, and Catarata, by the former mayor of Valencia between 1979-1989, Ricard Pérez Casado, member of the Advisory Council of the FACM.