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This report maps and analyses obstacles to broadening participation and reducing unequal recruitment in cultural life and proposes measures. The report is based on both previous knowledge and new studies and shows that further measures are needed if the cultural policy goal of everyone's opportunity to participate in cultural life is to be realised.
The purpose of the programme is to provide leaders around the world who are motivated for change with the necessary knowledge and tools for future transformative work. The programme will give you the chance to put theory into action, continually share your experience and evaluate your work. Your mentors will guide you through the process! As a result, the organisation you and your partner represent will be prepared for transformational challenges. Applications close April 5, 2023
The report focuses on the financing of municipalities' work with children's and young people's right to culture, the interaction between municipal and regional funds and targeted state grants. The report also examines the extent to which follow-ups are carried out to ensure the right of all children and young people to art and culture.
Representatives of EU Member States and the European Commission at official level, NGOs and other representatives gathered for two days on one of our most important cultural policy issues: On the freedom to create.
In the last week of October, the Swedish Arts Grants Committee invited representatives from regional cultural administrations and other cultural authorities to talk about artistic freedom and especially the principle of arm's length. The starting point was the development work carried out within the various activities since the Swedish Agency for Cultural Analysis presented the report "So free is art" in the summer of 2021.
The Government of Sweden has decided to review and develop its existing cultural collaboration model so that it supports participation in cultural life throughout the country.