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25-27 February: Co-organized by European Institute for Progressive Cultural Policies and Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia. (Streaming in English and Spanish)
Durante la jornada del sábado, la Comisión sobre Sistemas de Conocimientos, Culturas, Ciencia, Tecnología, Artes y Patrimonio de la Convención Constitucional despachó su primer informe con la votación en particular de las indicaciones a las Iniciativas de Normas que fueron aprobadas en general.
Se pretende fortalecer las industrias audiovisuales españolas nacional e internacionalmente, adaptando la normativa a los avances y transformaciones que ha experimentado el sector en los últimos años y alineándose con la normativa europea en la materia.
On 8 February 2022, UNESCO launched its Global Report, Re|Shaping Policies for Creativity – Addressing culture as a global public good, the third edition in a series designed to monitor the implementation of the 2005 Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions, which has now been ratified by 150 countries and the European Union. This important global overview of trends and gaps comes at a crucial juncture for the cultural and creative sectors (CCSs), which were facing testing times even before the challenges brought on by global COVID-19 crisis. The Report reminds us that - except in a few cases - public investment in culture had, in fact, been steadily decreasing over the last decade. The CCSs are now among the hardest hit by the pandemic, with over 10 million jobs lost in 2020 alone.
The Resolution of the 13th National Congress of the Party determined that culture must be placed on a par with the economy and politics. Therefore, it is right to shape the cultural ecosystem, build a healthy cultural environment, build a comprehensive development of Vietnamese people. Linking cultural development with tourism development, making tourism a key economic sector, while protecting and preserving cultural resources for future generations.
This year the International Jury will recognize cities and personalities who have excelled in the promotion of cultural rights in the context of the Covid-19 crisis and post-pandemic recovery, and/or that have promoted culture as an important part of the caring system.