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Journalists and writers with experience covering Asian and European arts and culture can apply for this remote opportunity.
It is now only three and a half months until the 9th World Summit on Arts and Culture in Stockholm, Sweden from 3-5 May 2023 that will address artistic freedom as a fundamental pillar of cultural policy and examine how we can – and why we should – safeguard artistic freedom.
Through the International Heritage Cooperation Matching Fund, DutchCulture supports projects that contribute to the visibility of the history and heritage that connect the Netherlands with other countries and cultures. The next deadline for the Matching Fund are 26 March and 1 October 2023.
As part of the ACP-EU Culture and Creative Industries Project, SPC is calling for Expressions of Interest from suitable candidates to conduct a Situational Analysis of the State of the Cultural and Creative Industries in the Pacific. The Closing date for submissions is February 3, 2023.
The session "Work & (in)stability" of IETM Belgrade Plenary Meeting 2022 gave a sense of perspective about the dominant feeling of instability in the cultural sector, through stories and data analyses coming from different regions of the world. It examined the consequences of the “project-based” cultural economy as well as the pressures and transformations that the latter has brought to the field of artistic production. The report is now available online.
Through the project ReIShaping Cultural Policies for the Promotion of Fundamental Freedoms and the Diversity of Cultural Expressions, funded by Sweden, UNESCO supported 16 countries in reviewing regulatory frameworks and sector specific policies they have adopted in line with the UNESCO 2005 Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions. The project provided technical assistance to the 16 participating Member States to elaborate their national quadrennial periodic report (QPR). They mobilized a wide range of stakeholders including civil society organizations and media professionals in consultations, data collection and awareness raising activities.