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Following significant fono, talanoa, and engagement with the Pacific Arts community, [Creative New Zealand] are proud to share [the] Pacific Arts Strategy 2023-2028. This new strategy lays out [their] support for Pacific Arts over the next five years and is inspired by navigational stars across the skies of Aotearoa and Oceania.
The magazine contains remarkable stories and achievements by Culture of Solidarity Fund grantees, and portraits of the remarkable diverse spaces libraries are. You can explore what CrAFt sandbox cities do to become carbon neutral and what culture can do to make this transformation happen. Common Ground presents updates on The European Pavilion, republications from SHIFT bookazine, a poignant collection of stories and images that challenges preconceived narratives of migrants in European media. You can dive into interviews, read about Eurovision, find out how European sentiments flourish in these times of war, and how the Cultural Deal for Europe campaign wants to contribute to a future Europe we all share. Photo essays capture the essence of our continent rich in history, culture, and natural beauty, reminding us of the diverse tapestry that makes up Europe. And much more!
Building on this momentum, the 2023 High-Level Political Forum (HLPF) on Sustainable Development represents a key opportunity to advance global advocacy on the inclusion of culture as a stand-along goal in the post-2030 international development agenda, in the run-up to the SDG Summit in 2023, Summit of the Future in 2024 and MONDIACULT 2025.
Last year, UNESCO launched its 3rd Global Report “Re|Shaping Policies for Creativity- Addressing culture as a global public good, and UNESCO New Delhi organized a special webinar to introduce the Report to India’s cultural and creative sector in July 2022.
El 1 de julio de 2023, por quinta vez desde que en 1986 se incorporó como miembro de pleno derecho, España asume la Presidencia del Consejo de la Unión Europea. Durante seis meses, nuestro país desempeña este cometido, de carácter rotatorio entre todos los países miembros, que incluye no sólo la planificación y coordinación de las reuniones políticas y técnicas del propio Consejo, sino también la organización y ejecución de un programa cultural que presente los valores, prioridades y desafíos de la UE desde la riqueza cultural española.
This June, we say goodbye and thank you to the current Chair of the IFACCA Board, Simon Brault O.C, O.Q, Director and CEO of the Canada Council for the Arts. Mr Brault has served on the Board since October 2016 and was elected Chair in March 2019. His expertise, vision and leadership have been vital to the Federation’s work to lead global thought and action on arts and culture in public life, and ultimately to realise our members’ shared vision of a world in which arts and culture thrive and are recognised by governments and peoples for their contribution to society.