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International Policy Forum of the Creative Industries will take place on Thursday 24 November 2022 at Zorlu PSM, Sky Lounge in Istanbul, Türkiye and online at the British Council Türkiye YouTube channel. The overarching theme and objective of the forum is to support the growth of the creative economy in Wider Europe by increasing the understanding of current developments and opportunities within the cultural and creative industries, presenting examples of best practice work from the UK, Europe, Turkey, the region and beyond.
Currents of Change: Redefining Cultural Diplomacy for the Future We Need report summarizes the Salzburg Global Fellows’ discussions at its latest arts and culture session. From July 4 to 8, 2022, Salzburg Global Seminar hosted Currents of Change: Redefining Cultural Diplomacy for the Future we Need, and brought together over 60 artists, diplomats, policymakers, and academics, representing 30 countries. Together, they considered the potential for art as a force to improve the world and provided recommendations for reimagining the role that cultural diplomacy and relations can play in bringing us closer to the future we need.
From 6 to 18 November 2022, the world’s focus is on the city of Sharm el-Sheikh where the Government of the Arab Republic of Egypt is hosting the 27th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change – also known as COP27. In this context, the Committee on Culture working in collaboration with the Climate Heritage Network and together with other partners, has developed a Manifesto, entitled "Imagining and Realising Climate Resilient Futures: The Power of Arts, Culture and Heritage to Accelerate Climate Action"
For her upcoming report to the Human Rights Council, to be presented in March 2023, the Special Rapporteur in the field of cultural rights, Ms. Alexandra Xanthaki, will consider the respect, protection and fulfilment of the cultural rights of persons in the context of migration. To inform her report, the Special Rapporteur warmly invites States, regional and local governments, international and regional organizations, National Human Rights Institutions, equality bodies, academics and civil society organizations, UN agencies, funds and programmes and other interested stakeholders to share relevant information.
La Secretaría Nacional de Cultura (SNC) y la Organización de Estados Iberoamericanos para la Educación, la Ciencia y la Cultura (OEI), firmaron este viernes 21 de octubre, un convenio de cooperación interinstitucional que permitirá seguir desarrollando actividades de manera conjunta.