A report on the actions of the Etxepare Basque Institute’s 2019 actions is now available for consultation, in the ‘Publications’ section of the Institute’s digital portal.
The report includes different actions, projects, projects and work carried out throughout the year, as well as the strategic lines in place. In addition, information on annual budgets and governance bodies can be found here. It has been published in Basque and Spanish.
According to the Etxepare Basque Institute, the project, carried out in 2019, with the help of other institutions and agents, will be presented in memory, classified in different disciplines of Basque culture: ‘Literature and Translation’, ‘Performing Arts’, ‘Cinema and Audiovisuals’, ‘Music’ and ‘Plastic and visual arts’.
The report also deals with other sections, such as ‘Basque Studies and the promotion of Basque’, ‘Communication and dissemination’ and ‘Management’ at international universities and Basque clubs.
In addition, the memoir has a special section explaining the details of the ‘Scotland Goes Basque’ cultural program that was launched in Scotland during 2019. “It has arguably been one of the most underrated projects for 2019,” the organization said.
Finally, the report also outlined the basics of the ‘2020-2021 Quebec-Basque Country’ collaboration program in line with this strategic line of the Etxepare Basque Institute.