The Asia Society released this report in August 2010, and it was part of a broader effort "to stimulate new thinking and to identify extant resources than can enhance connectivity between the United States and Muslim communities in Asia." The report takes a close look at the "diverse ways in which stakeholders in cultural development and exchange initiatives in and with Asian Muslim communities have built successful projects by drawing on culturally grounded knowledge and strategies." Throughout its 95-pages the report offers reports from successful initiatives across the globe, and it also spells out six core principles and strategies based on the empirical case studies from this work. For anyone interested in this type of cultural policy work, this piece will be most helpful.


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