European Cultural Convention

The European Cultural Convention is an international treaty opened for signature by the Council of Europe in Paris on 19 December 1954. The treaty aims to develop mutual understanding among the peoples of Europe and reciprocal appreciation of cultural diversity, to safeguard European culture, and to promote national contributions to Europe’s common cultural heritage respecting the same fundamental values.

Click the link on the right-hand side to view the resource on the Council of Europe website.

Date created: 2016

Author: Council of Europe

Publisher: Council of Europe