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In collaboration with partners from around the globe, Museum Galleries Scotland (MGS) is pleased to launch the Culture at COP website with the Climate Heritage Network and Historic Environment Scotland (HES).
The Honourable Steven Guilbeault, Minister of Canadian Heritage, announced today the creation of two ministerial consulting committees to help support a green shift in the arts, culture, heritage and sport sectors. One committee will be dedicated to the arts, culture and heritage sectors while the other will be dedicated to the sport sector.
Caroline Dinenage, Minister of State for Digital and Culture, delivered this keynote speech to G20 culture ministers in Rome.
Caroline Dinenage attended the G20 Culture Ministers’ Meeting in Rome, with Culture Ministers from the world’s leading economies in attendance. This was the first G20 Culture Ministers’ Meeting to be hosted in person, following a virtual Culture Ministers’ meeting hosted by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in November 2020.
On 9 June, the European Audiovisual Observatory (EAV) and the UK’s Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport have hosted a conference entitled “Boosting sustainable film through international collaboration.” The aim of the event was to promote international collaboration and identify the main actions to achieve sustainability in Europe’s audiovisual sector.
More than 30 environmental, cultural and heritage organisations are coming together to inspire action ahead of the conference