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To remain competitive on a global scale, Canada needs to enhance its domestic intellectual property (IP) and digital trade strategies with an international approach that can respond to constantly changing global economic conditions. Although Canada launched its Intellectual Property Strategy in 2018 — focusing on IP awareness, strategic tools and legislation — its data initiative, known as the Digital Charter, remains a work in progress. Both policies would benefit from an outward-looking, interconnected, international strategic vision.
Following the lockdown measures introduced in the UK in March 2020, the impact on the arts sector – like much of wider society - has been sudden and severe. As these measures were eased over Summer 2020,
Highlighting the significance of global initiatives in supporting the creative sector and enhancing its resilience to adapt to life in post-COVID-19 times, Dubai Future Foundation, in partnership with Dubai Culture and Arts Authority, launched its latest report under the title ‘Future Trends: Culture and The Creative Sector.
This rapid evidence review was undertaken between mid-March and June 2020, at the inception of a period of tumultuous change and uncertainty for all sectors of social, cultural, and economic life in the United States.
Commissioned by The Arts Council / An Chomhairle Ealaíon Updated figures from the version published 12 June 2020
On December 12, 2015, the Paris Agreement was signed where representatives of 195 countries pledged to dedicate the necessary efforts to fight global warming and thus avoid the consequences of climate change that are severely impacting the lives of millions of people, increasing levels of poverty, hunger and inequality.