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To accompany the Forum’s Global Conversation taking place on November 4, and coinciding with COP 26, this new report published by the World Cities Culture Forum looks at how major cities around the world are responding to climate change through cultural policies and programmes.
Two sub-reports from the reconstruction assignment will be ready before Christmas. The final report itself will be ready before Easter.
The UNESCO Creative Cities programme, and in particular its Cities of Literature, is well-established, focusing on promoting creativity and participation as a driver of local development. Libraries have often played (and continue to play) key roles in bidding for and managing City of Literature status, at least in some cities.
El espacio iberoamericano 2020 aparece en una coyuntura que ha vuelto a poner de manifiesto la necesidad de contar con información periódica y sistemática sobre el sector editorial: las estadísticas ofrecen un mapa de navegación para orientar la toma de mejores decisiones tanto de negocio como de política pública.
With COP26 and Wales Climate Week around the corner, Wales Arts International are mapping Wales' journey to the summit and beyond by asking the cultural sector what is being organised around COP26 and the climate crisis.
Statistics Estonia published the results of a survey on participation in culture, which revealed that in 2020, 73.8% of Estonian residents aged 15 and older participated in cultural life.