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"Cultural diversity and sustainable development : the same challenge ?" on Vivoice, July 1st

June 26, 2013
On Monday, July 1st at 5pmVivoice, Vivendi’s webradio, will address the issue of cultural diversity as a "mainspring for sustainable development", according to the UNESCO Convention on the protection and promotion of the diversity of cultural expressions. A vision shared by Vivendi since the group, as soon as 2003, has made cultural diversity a strategic issue of its CSR policy.


On July the 1st, Vivoice will welcome Pascal Nègre, member of the Executive Board of Universal Music Group, which operates in over 60 countries. At the head of Universal Music France, Italy, Middle East and Africa, Pascal Nègre will explain to the journalist Marjorie Paillon how cultural diversity irrigates the strategy of Universal Music. Expanding the market to new music styles, identifying and supporting talent, promoting artists from all over the world, creating new business models ... it's his job!

Interactive, human and accessible, Vivoice is a privileged media to communicate and dialogue with our stakeholders on our CSR policy. Vivoice may be followed live by connecting to, and the event will also be relayed live on @WebradioVivoice(#Vivoice). You can also now download the Vivoice mobile application on AppStore and GooglePlay to access to the live and to all the podcasts directly on your smartphones and tablets.

Internet users will be invited to take an active part in the discussions, directly through the Vivoice website or Twitter.


Exclusive : Bernard Foccroulle on Culture(s) with Vivendi

June 14, 2013

The Director of the Festival international d’art lyrique d’Aix-en-Provence gave us two interviews, now available in the “Creative Jobs” and the “Intercultural Dialogue” sections.

Cultures With

Jérôme Gouadain, Secretary General of Diversum

September 16, 2013

Cultural diversity as a driving force for the economy: this is the core idea of the “purple economy”, a sustainable development paradigm advocated by the French association Diversum. Here is the testimony of the association’s Secretary General, upon the release of a report aimed at better defining this economy colored with creativity.

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