cultural movement

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Noun1.cultural movement - a group of people working together to advance certain cultural goals
social movement, movement, front - a group of people with a common ideology who try together to achieve certain general goals; "he was a charter member of the movement"; "politicians have to respect a mass movement"; "he led the national liberation front"
humanism - the cultural movement of the Renaissance; based on classical studies
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She attached significance to the Bahraini-Egyptian relations in cultural, arts and heritage fields, calling for further boosting the cultural bilateral relations to benefit Arab cultural movement.
In turn, Al-Ka'abi briefed the minister on the authority's activities and its role to boost the cultural landscape in accordance with the rooted Arab values, to back the UAE's cultural movement and to foster pan-Arab cooperation in this field.
Awwad Al-Awwad said Sheikh Abdullah Al-Salem Cultural Center was "a great addition" to the cultural movement in Kuwait and the Arab region.
The best branding today is based on a cultural movement idea.
Al-Awwad emphasized in his speech that the center will play a major role in supporting the cultural movement in Qassim Region, intellectuals and innovators who will be guests to the Cultural Center, pointing out that there is a great work by the Ministry of Culture and Information and General Authority for Culture to be announced soon that will support the cultural work in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
He applauded the cultural movement in Laos and the historic landmarks, which stand as a living proof of the country's deep-rooted civilisation.
Hassab al Rasoul Ahmed al Sheikh Badr, the Sudanese minister of state for Culture said the cultural talks and other programmes affiliated to Qatar's booth made the cultural movement within the exhibition attractive.
Governor of Damascus Countryside, Alaa Mounir Ibrahim, underlined the governorate's keenness on reactivating the economic, social and cultural movement in the two cities as well as ensuring the provision of basic services.
Hence, the work reveals that Black popular music/culture have always been more than merely "popular music" and "popular culture" in the conventional sense and thus, reflect a broader social, political, and cultural movement.
The Premier lauded the success of Bahraini and GCC artists in developing artistic and cultural movement, stressing that they should focus on human values that call for co-existence and peace.
I prefer to develop the groundbreaking strategy and the cultural movement idea.
Back in 1979, there was a young upstart called Alex Salmond, who for a time was expelled from the SNP for wanting to move the party away from being a fringe cultural movement into the mainstream of European social democracy.

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