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ROŞCA, Simion. Culture - a sustainable development factor in Europe. In: Relaţii internaţionale. Plus. 2019, nr. 2(16), pp. 224-236. ISSN 1857-4440.
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Culture is an important factor of social development, an instrument through which various problems can be solved, including social-economic. In this sense, culture appears as a factor of community development, modernization and sustainability, of identity, cohesion and integration, being at the same time the exponent of the quality of human life. In a society that assumes sustainable development as a fundamental strategic objective, citizens must have access conditions to basic education, to the process of continuous training and continuous cultural enrichment, to benefit from the chance to be producers of culture, thus exceeding. the status of simple entertainment consumers, the status with which they are often identified. In this article the author demonstrates through conclusive examples that culture, cultural heritage, is not only a consumer of resources as is sometimes claimed, but, on the contrary, culture appears as a factor of community development, economic performance, modernization and sustainability, of identity, cohesion and integration, being at the same time the exponent of the quality of human life.
culture, cultural heritage, human society, cultural values, sustainable development, economic development