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Calling artists, cultural professionals, arts organisations, networks, academia and all who care about the future of arts and culture - contribute to a global cultural policy dialogue and share your reflections.
The European Commission has signed an agreement with Goethe-Institut to implement a new €21 million mobility scheme for artists and cultural professionals: Culture Moves Europe.
As part of the British Council's 2022 Culture Connects programme in Sub Saharan Africa, this is an opportunity to work alongside British Council teams to deliver at least 16 events across nine countries over a period of eight months (August – March 2023) in order to re-engage with the arts and culture sectors through topical sector-led conversations.
Pacific Island leaders gathered in Suva, Fiji this week to mark the opening of the Na Wekaqu Noqu iYau (My Relationships are my Heritage and Wealth) Multimedia Exhibition and launch of the Pacific Regional Culture Strategy 2022-2032.
La incubadora RUTEALC, promovida por la OEI y la empresa Trivium, entra en su segunda fase con el programa Emprendimiento. El programa está dirigido a entidades de economía social, personas emprendedoras y pequeñas empresas que deseen crear o mejorar un servicio o producto vinculado a una Ruta Cultural de Iberoamérica en diferentes sectores: entre ellas el comercio, artesanía, artes vivas, patrimonio, viajes, música, etnografía, restauración, alojamiento, artes escénicas y turismo.
MONDIACULT 2022 – the World Conference on Cultural Policies and Sustainable Development is part of a long-standing commitment by UNESCO to foster an inclusive dialogue on culture at all levels of society. To coincide, this issue of the UNESCO Courier presents some illustrations of the importance of culture as a vector for change in our increasingly interconnected and multicultural societies.