The “Instituto Memória e Vida” – IMV (The Memory and Life Institute – MLI ) is an educators group initiative which has understood the memory appreciation lack between young students, both public and private schools. The MLI was born to develop actions in the culture field, with the purpose to enrich the students curriculum , supporting their feeling of being part of, as well the cultural background and the citizenship expansion.
This movement began at Jussara city , within Paraná state for about 64 km far from Maringá. The first actions had a wide social acceptance and soon it became a region reference in the cultural performance sphere. In addition, it is developing their projects, offering consultancy on design projects, attending a latent demand in this business. This insufficiency afforded the opportunity of setting up training courses on project design and cultural facilities management.
Today MLI works in different cultural spheres areas, in regional and federal levels, making use of incentive cultural mechanism, to promote producers, artistes and public concerns.
Promote and provide the opportunity for culture development through imprint: political, social, related to museum, in the development, implementation and consulting actions in the cultural and educational field, of the patrimony , as well in the memory preservation and in the vocational training in cultural areas.
Being a reference in the creation, development, implementation and consulting in cultural projects throughout Latin American territory, in fulfillment of its objectives with respect for diversity and in line with the principles of sustainability.
- Respect for cultural diversity.
- Human development through social organization.
- Universal access culture.
- Memory right as a form of identity.
- Educational transdisciplinarity
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Being a reference in the creation, development, implementation and cultural projects consultancy throughout Latin American territory, in fulfillment of its objectives with respect for diversity and in accordance with sustainability principles.
Translated by Railda Masson Cardozo