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Unesco Sweden, Freemuse, Konstnärernas Riksorganisation and the Swedish Arts Council invite you to a digital breakfast seminar discussing the current state of artistic freedom globally. The seminar will be livestreamed 15th of April, 09.00–10.45.
When normality returns, and South Africans are able to converge, gather and participate in various events and activities, it will perhaps be even more critical for the organisers to understand the economic value of these events. The South African Cultural Observatory has developed a tool to assist all event organisers who wish to ensure that they derive the most economic value both for themselves, the funders and participants.
This research sought to examine the nexus between digital technologies, innovation, intellectual property, and diversity in the cultural and creative industries (CCIs). It is part of an international collaboration between the SA Cultural Observatory and researchers at the UK’s Coventry and Newcastle Universities.
Desde la Dirección Nacional de Cultura estamos trabajando para dimensionar el impacto que las medidas sanitarias de público conocimiento están teniendo sobre la cultura y sus trabajadores.
The World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) has released a set of recommendations calling for urgent and strong support to help the global tourism sector not only recover from the unprecedented challenge of COVID-19 but to ‘grow back better’. The Recommendations are the first output of the Global Tourism Crisis Committee, established by UNWTO with high-level representatives from across the tourism sector and from within the wider United Nations system.
Make the most out of the home office and revisit NEMO’s European Museum Conference 2019 in a publication that gathers texts from all speakers, slammers and workshop leaders. NEMO wants to inspire museums to lead the way and become key players in creating a sustainable and equitable future and planet.