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By 211 EX/Decision 39 in 2021, UNESCO Member States requested a revision process to develop a UNESCO Framework for Culture and Arts Education. The Framework builds on UNESCO’s work in the fields of culture and arts education, including the Road Map for Arts Education, adopted in Lisbon in 2006, and the Seoul Agenda: Goals for the Development of Arts Education, in 2010, the respective outcome documents of two world conferences on arts education.
‘Making the Creative Majority’ analyses ‘What Works’ to support equity, diversity and inclusion in creative education and identifies critical points for intervention for the creative industries, education providers and policymakers to ensure the UK’s creative industries are inclusive and equitable.
Wales’ artists working with people experiencing mental health problems can access free creative reflective practice sessions to support their own wellbeing as part of a new phase of support from Wales Arts Health and Wellbeing Network’s ‘How Ya Doing?’ programme, funded by the Baring Foundation.
La Secretaría de Cultura del Gobierno de México y Google sumaron esfuerzos para capacitar a artesanas y artesanos del centro, norte, occidente, sur, sureste y suroeste del país para desarrollar habilidades digitales. Esto, como parte de las acciones de ORIGINAL, un movimiento cultural que tiene el objetivo de proteger y preservar los diseños y símbolos tradicionales de las comunidades artesanas en el territorio nacional.
The UNESCO Transcultura programme has created a Caribbean Cultural Training Hub to strengthen the capacities of young culture professionals from the region. A total of 132 students, from 17 Caribbean countries, will participate in 11 two-week courses in subjects related to design, music, restoration trades and crafts, thanks to scholarships provided by the programme. The courses will take place between October and November 2023 and will be delivered, in Spanish and English, by 4 Cuban institutions: the Higher Institute of Design, the University of the Arts, the Workshop School of Havana ‘Gaspar Melchor de Jovellanos’ and the Cuban Fund of Cultural Assets.
The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) has developed the agenda for the country's creative industry for 2024, focusing on empowering more creative professionals and businesses in the Philippines.