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Safe to Create is a collaborative programme of supports looking to transform workplace culture and practices, and to provide safe and respectful working conditions for those working in the arts and creative sectors.
New research from TILDA and the Creative Ireland programme confirms that participating in arts, creative and cultural activities is associated with higher quality of life and lower levels of depression, stress, worry and loneliness.
Video game developers have set their sights on Ireland after the country launched a new tax incentive program aimed at boosting investment and cultural awareness.
The new strategies reflect the creative ambitions of communities around the country which will be supported by the Creative Ireland Programme 2023-2027. There will be a greater focus on health and wellbeing, creative industries, climate action, the development of the Irish language and social sustainability. Priority will also be given to develop creative opportunities for marginalised communities and those at risk of disadvantage.
The Minister for Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media, Catherine Martin, has today signed a Ministerial Order which will establish Coimisiún na Meán on a statutory basis with effect from 15 March 2023.
Minister for Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media, Catherine Martin, today (Wednesday 18 January) announced that Government has approved an Implementation Strategy and Action Plan to provide for the implementation of the recommendations made by the Future of Media Commission Report.