PARIS December 11, 2015

ITALIANO

Parma per l'UNESCO città creativa nella gastronomia. Unica in Italia


Parma è stata ufficialmente proclamata dall'Unesco "città creativa per la gastronomia".
È la prima volta che una città italiana ottiene questo prestigioso riconoscimento internazionale.
E' un premio alle eccellenze eno-gastronomiche della "food valley" parmense."
E' un premio alla tradizione a all'unicità dei prodotti di Parma: Parmigiano Reggiano, Prosciutto di Parma, Culatello, Salame, salse di pomodoro, ecc..
E' un premio per contrastare quei fenomeni di Italian sounding che fanno delle nostre produzioni tipiche le più imitate al mondo.

Oltre a Parma, altra città italiana che entra nella lista delle Città Creative Unesco è Roma che si è aggiudicata il titolo di Città Creativa per la categoria Cinema.

Le altre città creative italiane sono: Bologna città creativa per la Musica,Fabriano città creativa per l'Artigianato e Torino città creativa per il Design.

La rete delle Città Creative Unesco, si pone l'obiettivo di creare delle sinergie tra città unite dallo stesso fattore strategico per lo sviluppo sostenibile. Entrando nel network, le città si impegnano a condividere e diffondere il proprio bagaglio culturale nei diversi ambiti.


ENGLISH

Parma is UNESCO's Creative City for Gastronomy.
The first Italian city to be given such a recognition


UNESCO declared Parma a Creative City for Gastronomy, a first for Italy.
The UN organization also declared Rome a Creative City for Film. Rome and Parma join Bologna, for music, among 69 creative cities in 32 countries.

The UNESCO Creative Cities Network (UCCN) covers seven creative fields: Crafts and Folk Art, Design, Film, Gastronomy, Literature, Music and Media Arts. It was set up in 2004 to promote cooperation with and among cities that have identified creativity as a strategic factor for sustainable urban development.


FRANÇAIS

Parme : son patrimoine gastronomique est maintenant inscrit à l'Unesco.


Parma peut se vanter du titre de Ville créative de la Gastronomie et fait partie officiellement du réseau des ville créatives dont le thème est la nourriture et la culture gastronomique de l'Unesco dans un triomphe de le célèbres fromage Parmigiano Reggiano le Jambon de Parma, le Culatello de Zibello, Salame de Felino, etc...

Un prix prestigieux qui récompense la ville pour sa gastronomie unique: Parma et la Food Valley, connue dans le monde entier pour sa capacité de préserver l'héritage gastronomique, offre des produits sans comparaison.

Une position qui s'est confirmée pendant les siècles à travers un travail quotidien des entreprises qui opèrent dans la vallée pour garantir des certifications de haute qualité.


GERMAN

UNESCO-Awards-Parma "Creative City für Gastronomie"


Parma wurde in Paris offiziell ausgerufen., UNESCO "Creative City für Gastronomie.
UND' das erste Mal, das eine italienische Stadt diese begehrte internationale Auszeichnung bekommt.


ESPAÑOL

UNESCO. Parma en la Red de Ciudades Creativas en la categoría gastronómica.


La Organización de las Naciones Unidas para la Educación, la Ciencia y la Cultura (UNESCO) ha incluido Parma en la Red de Ciudades Creativas en la categoría gastronómica.
La directora general, Irina Bokova, ha anunciado hoy la designación de 47 ciudades de 33 países como nuevas integrantes de la red de Ciudades Creativas. En la categoría gastronómica figuraba Dénia, junto a otros lugares que han obtenido la distinción, como Burgos, Ensenada (México) o Parma (Italia).

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UNESCO HeadQuarters
47 cities join the UNESCO
Creative Cities Network
Fri, 12/11/2015

UNESCO Director-General, Irina Bokova, has announced the designation of 47 cities from 33 countries as new members of the UNESCO Creative Cities Network. The results of this year's Call bears witness to the Network's enhanced diversity and geographical representation with 22 cities from countries not previously represented.
The UNESCO Creative Cities Network is pleased to welcome the following cities within its seven creative fields (Crafts and Folk Art, Design, Film, Gastronomy, Literature, Media Arts and Music):

Parma (Italy) – Gastronomy


Launched in 2004 and now comprising 116 Member Cities, the UNESCO Creative Cities Network aims to foster international cooperation with and between cities committed to investing in creativity as a driver for sustainable urban development, social inclusion and cultural vibrancy.
"The UNESCO Creative Cities Network represents an immense potential to assert the role of culture as enabler of sustainable development. I would like to recognize the many new cities and their countries that are enriching the Network with their diversity" declared the Director-General, as UNESCO celebrates in 2015 the 10th anniversary of the Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions.
The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development adopted by the international community in September 2015 highlights culture and creativity as key levers for sustainable urban development. The Network will continue to serve as an essential platform to contribute to the implementation and achievement of this international agenda.
The next meeting of the Creative Cities Network is scheduled for September 2016 in Östersund (Sweden).