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Produced by Diversity Arts Australia with BYP Group and Western Sydney University, with funding from the Australian Commission for UNESCO.
Autor(es) Gribnicow, Andrés Autor institucional Ministerio de Educación, Cultura, Ciencias y Tecnología - Argentina Fecha Economía naranja: creando oportunidades para el desarrollo regional. Medellín, Colombia, 5 y 6 de agosto de 2019
In 2015 the Welsh Government published its international agenda: Wales in the World. Since then, the international landscape has changed dramatically creating the need for a new refocused strategy that sets out an international vision for Wales.
The value of this research, as a tool to guide policy and fund development and to improve management practices, will be measured best by its application—the dialogue, creative problem solving, and action it generates to address inequities in dance and move the art form forward.
In the two years following the release of the Cultural Plan, the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs and its partners made progress on a wide range of the strategies and recommendations in CreateNYC. In July 2019, the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs released the new CreateNYC Action Plan, along with a redesign of the CreateNYC website.
In a fast-moving world, governments need to become more agile to rethink public service and envision institutions fit for new challenges and disruptions. How will innovations in technology affect governance? What are the opportunities presented, or challenges anticipated – are they fundamentally different from those in the past? Can they be dealt with through the same governance mechanisms or do we need to construct different mechanisms? What tools do public servants need to master to be fully equipped?