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The theme for the Second World Summit on the Arts and Culture, to be held in Singapore on 23-26 November 2003, will be Creating Connections: Trends in government Support for Artistic Creativity. The Summit will provide excellent opportunities to network with leaders in public financing of the arts and debate how governments 'create connections' - between individuals, communities, organisations and other government sectors - to strengthen support for the arts and culture. The Summit will be presented by the National Arts Council of Singapore in partnership with IFACCA. Please email the secretariat if there are themes you particularly wish to explore or speakers you wish to suggest. Registration details will be circulated early in 2003.
What is a conflict of interest? How do arts and culture funding organisations manage conflicts of interest? These and many other important questions are addressed in a report released today by the IFACCA secretariat. The report, the outcome of IFACCA's fourth D'Art query, describes the key elements of conflict of interest policies used in arts and culture funding agencies around the world. Reviewed by Transparency International, the international NGO devoted to combating corruption, this unique report is an essential source of ideas, links and references for anyone wanting to explore this crucial issue. Download the report now.
Fifteen of the nation's most prominent cultural institutions including the National Gallery, National Museum and National Library are under pressure to justify their existence to the Government.
Investigates how national arts support agencies manage conflict of interest policies and provides exampels of policies.