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CAIRO – 20 January 2019: Minister of Culture Inas Abdel Dayem stated that the first International Conference on Sustainable Cultural Development and Human Building is a major evidence of the ministry's interest in strengthening the relationship between culture and sustainable development.
The international conference will take place from June 27-29, 2019 in Yakutsk, Russia. The program includes a symposium, exhibitions and presentations of new publications and projects, and covers topics related to learning, development and preservation of indigenous languages and cultures. Deadline: March 1, 2019.
A guideline on the sustainable development of rural tourism has been jointly released by China's Ministry of Culture and Tourism, the National Development and Reform Commission and 15 other departments.
Arts Council England (ACE) has long argued that art should belong to everybody. Creative projects can help us understand other people and their experiences in a powerful way. In its Creative Case for Diversity ACE explains why embracing diverse influences not only elevates the work of our artists and arts organisations, but is the key to future success and sustainability for the sector.
It’s been more than ten years since Arts Council England started working with Julie’s Bicycle – the leading global charity in helping the creative community act on climate change. Together, we have found practical and effective ways to help the sector reduce its environmental impact.
Cultural organisations are in a unique position to challenge, inform and engage audiences in conversations about the environment