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The Institut français
The Institut français

The Institut français is the agency responsible for the conduct of France’s external cultural action. It was set up by the July 27, 2010 French external cultural action Act and its enabling decree of December 30, 2010.

Under the supervision of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, its role is to act as the conduit for a new, more ambitious “diplomacy of influence”, within the framework of French governmental policies and priorities. It will help to promote French influence abroad through greater dialogue with foreign cultures, while responding to the needs of France via a policy of listening, partnership and openness to other cultures. The Institut français replaced the Culturesfrance association, with the legal status of a “Public industrial and commercial undertaking”. Its President is Xavier Darcos.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has transferred a number of new missions to the Institut français in addition to those performed by Culturesfrance in the field of cultural exchanges and  welcoming foreign cultures to France. Among these new activities are promoting the French language, thought and knowledge, as well training the staff of the French cultural network. The Institut français upholds freedom of expression and diversity in today’s globalized world, while at the same time asserting its capabilities and expertise in the promotion of French culture worldwide. It is instrumental in projecting France’s influence and cooperative activities, and as a center of expertise and advice.

Further, the Institut français has a central role to play in addressing today’s digital challenges. The Internet and social networks are transforming the way in which culture is disseminated. The Institut français will be adopting these technologies to turn them into a channel for advancing French influence.

Working closely with France’s cultural network abroad, in the shape of the instituts français and Alliances françaises, the Institut français seeks to answer the needs of the country’s diplomatic missions. At the same time, however, it is promoting initiatives to pool projects more widely and achieve economies of scale.
At the local level, it operates under the authority of the ambassador in the country concerned. The Institut Français’ Africa and Caribbean in Creation programme allows artistic expression from Southern countries to gain in influence within its own territories, as well as enter international markets. Through recognition and the structuring of artistic networks, this programme is contributing to the emergence of a cultural economy in the South – a product of flourishing, diverse creativity which is a driving force for modernity.

Institut français
8-14 rue du Capitaine Scott – 75015 Paris
www.institutfrancais.com
Tel : +33(0)1 53 69 83 00 – info@ institutfrancais.com

President: Xavier Darcos
Director General: Sylviane Tarsot-Gillery
Secretary General: Laurence Auer
Fundraising: Didier Vuillecot

Artistic Exchange and Cooperation Department
Director: Sophie Renaud
Dance officer: Hélène Maza-Hajmi assisted by Samir Mellah

Development & Partnerships Department
Director: Jean-François Gueganno
Head of the Seasons Bureau: Bénédicte Alliot
Coordinator of the Seasons Bureau : Nicolas Ruyssen

Communication and New Media Department
Director: Catherine Briat
Deputy director: Elsa Guigo
Communication officers: Marie Bauer, Sigrid Hueber
Internet Project Manager: Edgar Dodero
Press Attaché: Marie-Ange Munoz

Financial Affairs Department
Director: Nicole Lamarque
Budgetary Project Managers: Corinne Mester de Parajd, Anne-Laure Rouxel
Accounting Officer: Alain Raux

 

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