Spiritus Mundi is a non-profit
organisation founded in 2003 based
in Malmo, Sweden.
20 fulltime employees
150 registered volunteers
Pool of 50 musicians and artists
Offices in Malmö and Stockholm
The International Music Council (IMC), founded in 1949 by
UNESCO, is the world's largest network of organizations,
institutions and individuals working in the field of music.
The International Music Council promotes musical diversity,
access to culture for all and unites organizations in some 150
countries worldwide in building peace and understanding
among peoples of all cultures and heritage.
Regional Music Councils
African Music Council
Convention on the Protection and
Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural
- the role of cultural interaction and creativity
- the development of culture for the progress of society
Swedish society has been enriched
with people coming from various
cultural and ethnic backgrounds.
Communication and cooperation
based on real knowledge and mutual
Together with our staff, volunteers, parents,
schools and other societal stakeholders, we
have launched several initiatives to educate
people to recognize, respect and celebrate the
diversity of our community.
Spiritus Mundi has been involved in
programmes in Sweden, Oman, Jordan,
Bahrain, Libya, Niger, Israel, Palestine, Saudi
Arabia, Denmark and Norway
• Cross-cultural meeting
grounds for children,
youths and adults
• Awareness and
Spiritus Mundi works with
2004 - 2005 Spiritus Mundi in Oman, Bahrain, Jordan
2008 - 2011 Young Culture Ambassadors
2008 – Riyadh Calling Sweden Are you with us?