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oday, the European Commission released the second edition of its Cultural and Creative Cities Monitor, a tool designed to benchmark and boost the creative and cultural potential of European cities, which is vital to driving economic growth and social cohesion.
Each year, the Canadian Commission for UNESCO publishes its Report on Activities. Its purpose is to report on the progress of its various accomplishments. It takes stock of the partnerships, commitments and different priorities put forward during the year.
Commission experts from the Joint Research Centre will provide support and guidance to 13 Bulgarian research and innovation centres to help them bring their innovative ideas to the market, facilitate the transfer and dissemination of knowledge and strengthen both their ties with businesses and their participation in European and international cooperation projects.
What is the added value of the different cultural sectors? Laure Turner, economist at the Department of Studies, Foresight and Statistics of the Ministry of Culture, reviews the main results and analysis of the study just published on "The direct economic weight of culture in 2017"
The UN Special Rapporteur in the field of cultural rights, Karima Bennoune, has ended a fact-finding visit to Tuvalu in the South Pacific with a call for the world to do more to head off climate change.
Access to Work is a resource that helps to create a more accessible work environment. It provides grants to remove barriers that disabled people face in undertaking paid employment. Disability Arts Online has written this guide to interpret the Access to Work rules and official guidance with specific advice for the arts and cultural sector.