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Over the next four months, IN SITU Webinar series will address numerous themes that support the work of cultural and creative ecosystems in non-urban Europe, by bring together the knowledge of EU research projects and CCIs: cultural and creative industries organisations with years experience, in non-urban areas. Webinar N#1: What contributes to the viability of creative small-scale enterprises (CCIs) in non-urban areas? (September 28th, 2023)
Narrowing the gap between the share of men and women who work is one of the very important reforms policymakers can make to revive economies amid the weakest medium-term growth outlook in more than three decades.
Museums Galleries Scotland (MGS) has announced receipt of £770,000 from the National Lottery Heritage Fund (NLHF) to support a three-year programme to improve the country’s access to culture.
The African Research Universities Alliance (ARUA) and The Guild of European Research-Intensive Universities (The Guild) have launched a new Africa-Europe Clusters of Research Excellence (CoRE) on Creative Economies: Cultures, Innovation and Sustainability, which includes Rhodes University.
The Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights today opened its seventy-fourth session, hearing opening remarks from Wan-Hea Lee, Chief, Civil, Political, Economic, Social and Cultural Rights Section, Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights and Representative of the Secretary-General. The Committee elected a new Chair and Bureau and adopted its agenda and programme of work for the session, during which it is scheduled to review the reports of Chad, the State of Palestine, Brazil, France, Qatar and Armenia.
Now is the time for a global plan to rescue the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) which are woefully off-track halfway towards their 2030 deadline, UN Secretary-General António Guterres said on Monday in New York.