Aims of the movement
To give meaning to the word ‘humanity’ by openly, sensitively and warmly accepting differences between individuals and social groups.
To focus on creativity, understood as an expression of freedom and as a strategic element that lies at the centre of all sectors of human activity, including communication, ecology, economy, education, philosophy, work, nutrition, politics, religion, science and spirituality.
To operate at an artistic, cultural level to tackle and solve the conflicts and tensions generated by different cultures, channelling existing energies in in other directions than confrontation.
To collaborate with universities, academies and cultural institutions that run courses or activities connected with the Mediterranean.
To set up courses and schools and offer master degree programmes and grants for Mediterranean studies.
To set up workshops that create socially committed art form expressing a new way of thinking which transcends mere considerations of economic speculation and is capable of inspiring all sectors of human activity.
To forge the links of a wide-ranging chain of relationships and promote an exchange of ideas geared to shapenew prospects for society around the shores of the Mediterranean.
To work towards the establishment of a Mediterranean Cultural Parliament.
To extend its activities beyond the Mediterranean basin in order to reach the whole international community.
The movement is non-political and non-profit making.