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A lot of time has elapsed, and there is a need to revise the old National Tourism Policy, responsible tourism policy, tourism, culture and hospitality strategy ‘in order to provide the Tourism and Culture Ministry with an updated policy framework and strategy for the sustainable development of the industry.’
The Youth empowerment Project (YEP) in partnership with Innovate Gambia on Monday launched the 'Andandoor' Creative Industries (CI) programme at a ceremony held at the Innovate Gambia office in Fajara. The launch of 'Andandoor' is supported by the European Union (EU) and the programme is jointly implemented by key ecosystem stakeholders with innovate Gambia as the lead agency for the CI sector.
The implementation process of The Gambia Intellectual Property (IP) Policy and Strategy 2018-2023, under the Office of Registrar General at the Ministry of Justice is currently underway.
The National Centre for Arts and Culture Wednesday presented the sum of D50,000 cash to 10 Gambian artists to ease burden on them in this face coronavirus pandemic.
The extraordinary virtual conference of Culture Ministers of the Islamic World Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (ICESCO) members was held on Wednesday 17th June, 2020.
How do we measure creativity? Monitoring and data collection is an essential task for governments that wish to encourage the growth of their creative economy. Only when we understand the current state of the cultural and creative industries, can we fill gaps and remove obstacles that the creative force faces through effective policymaking. The Gambia, a West African nation, became the first country to use UNESCO’s newly updated report mechanism to capture the voices of creative workers.